Compliance Week sat down with Clear Law Institute CEO Michael Johnson to discuss what attendees of his “Science of Workplace Investigations” online workshop can expect to learn, including how to best spot a lie.
The SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations’ priorities in 2020 foster its risk-based approach and find room for both Main Street investors and innovation.
Landec, an innovator of health and wellness solutions, has discovered and reported to U.S. regulators a “compliance issue” at its Yucatan Foods production facility in Guanajuato, Mexico. It now faces a government probe into possible FCPA violations
Glencore announced it is under investigation by the U.K. Serious Fraud Office over suspicions of bribery, making it the third investigation the multinational commodity trading and mining company is now facing.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched an investigation into electric-car company Tesla over potential battery defects that allegedly cause its vehicles to suddenly burst into flames.
Oilfield services company ProPetro Holding announced the SEC has opened an investigation into its financial disclosures and reporting.
Big Four audit firm EY has been accused of covering up evidence of smuggling by an organized crime gang that was laundering British drug money through gold dealings, according to an investigation by the BBC.
An antitrust investigation into Facebook led by the New York Attorney General’s office widened with the announcement that 47 attorneys general are now taking part.
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office has closed its investigation into manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), ending a probe that began more than seven years ago.
A former Biomet Argentina employee—in a bit of FCPA hot water—landed on his company’s restricted persons list, sued for defamation, and lost.
Ericsson announced it has set aside $1.2 billion to resolve a long-running FCPA investigation that spans several geographies. CEO Börje Ekholm spoke candidly about the shortcomings of the company’s ethics and compliance program and how it’s addressing them.
Deputy Assistant Attorney General Matthew Miner put corporate compliance officers on notice with remarks about the feds’ increasing use of data analytics.
Ciena says the SEC advised the company it does not intend to recommend an enforcement action in connection with a previously disclosed investigation into potential violations of the FCPA.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton confirmed Monday that his office is leading an investigation by 50 attorneys general into technology giant Google for potential monopolistic business practices.
The New York Attorney General’s office is leading a multistate investigation into social media giant Facebook for potential antitrust issues.
FinCEN announced the launch of its newly created Global Investigations Division, with responsibility for targeting terrorist financing and money laundering threats, both domestically and internationally.
Mylan disclosed in a regulatory filing that it has reached a $30 million agreement-in-principle to resolve the SEC’s investigation alleging securities violations for disclosures surrounding EpiPens.
The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an antitrust probe into Big Tech firms that are ”engaging in practices that have reduced competition, stifled innovation, or otherwise harmed consumers.”
Walmart’s FCPA settlement serves as a cautionary tale for chief compliance officers everywhere of what not to do, but also on how to successfully redress underlying problems.