The World Bank’s Office of Suspension and Debarment recently announced the launch of the Global Suspension and Debarment Directory, a comprehensive resource on exclusion systems in 23 different jurisdictions and institutions.
Transparency International’s Defense & Security Program recently released for comment a draft version of the 2019 Questionnaire and Model Answer document for the third edition of its Defense Companies Anti-Corruption Index. The deadline for companies to provide feedback expired on Nov. 2, 2018. Unlike TI’s previous editions of the DCI…
This post provides a concise overview of the measures taken by the World Bank against corruption and how these measures affect multinational corporations.
Any company manufacturing or contracting to manufacture products using such conflict minerals had previously been required to conduct extensive due diligence on its supply chain. Following a series of partial losses in court, the SEC appears to be backing off the rule—for now.
Transparency International UK’s Defence and Security Programme launched Licence to bribe? Reducing corruption risks around the use of agents in defence procurement, a continuation of its longstanding efforts to combat corruption in the defense industry
Two recent significant appellate cases have sharply limited judges’ abilities to challenge or amend corporate settlement agreements.