All Lifecore Biomedical articles

  • DOJ building

    The path to DOJ cooperation credit: Analyzing recent FCPA cases


    Recent enforcement actions offer guidance on what the Department of Justice considers to be an “imminent threat” of disclosure or government action, what it means by “prompt” disclosure, and how a company can earn credit for revealing all relevant facts.

  • Discover Financial Services

    Five compliance triumphs from 2023


    A financial services giant’s compliance mea culpa that could serve to benefit the rest of the profession, a chemical company’s praised FCPA settlement, and an example of the value of whistleblowers highlight CW’s annual list of laudable ethics and compliance moments.

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    DOJ cooperation credit breakdowns: Albemarle, Tysers, H.W. Wood


    Nicole Argentieri, acting head of the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division, breaks down where Albemarle, Tysers Insurance Brokers, and H.W. Wood went right—and wrong—on the cooperation credit and remediation fronts as part of their FCPA settlements with the agency.

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    News Brief

    Lifecore Biomedical earns FCPA declination for voluntary self-disclosure


    Pharmaceuticals company Lifecore Biomedical won’t face prosecution for apparent violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act after satisfying multiple factors of the Department of Justice’s recently updated voluntary self-disclosure policy.