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No More Grease Payments - Canada Repeals Exception For Facilitation Payments
Companies need to re-evaluate their compliance programs.
Canada
2 Nov 2017
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Internal Investigations: Reporting And Discipline
The need for an internal investigation often arises in the midst of a crisis where both internal and external pressures create the risk of internal chaos.
Canada
16 Jun 2016
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World Bank v. Wallace: SCC Endorses Importance Of International Anti-Corruption Efforts
On April 29, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) upheld archival and personal immunities of an international organization (the World Bank Group) and its anti-corruption investigators.
Canada
6 May 2016
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Global Focus On Anti-Corruption Continues: Transparency International Releases Corruption Perceptions Index 2015
On January 27, 2016, Transparency International published its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) for 2015.
Canada
2 Feb 2016
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Business In Vancouver - Sean Boyle, Corporate Fraud (Video Content)
Partner Sean Boyle discusses responding to corporate fraud at home and abroad.
Canada
5 Mar 2015
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Extracting Transparency: New Bill Creates Mandatory Reporting Standards For Canada’s Extractive Industries
The Government of Canada recently introduced proposed legislation creating mandatory public reporting of payments to governments and government officials by the extractive sector.
Canada
10 Nov 2014
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"Importance Criterion": Quebec Court Guidance On Corporate Criminal Liability
Which individuals within a corporation can cause it to become criminally liable through their actions and intentions?
Canada
8 Oct 2012
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U.K. Bribery Act 2010: Extending the Long Arm of Global Anti-Corruption Enforcement
Sophisticated multinationals now recognize the importance of establishing, continually monitoring and updating a global anti-corruption compliance strategy.
Canada
8 Oct 2010
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Internet Gaming Poses Challenges for Financial Institutions
Recent U.S. developments have highlighted issues relating to Internet gaming in Canada and the legal position of businesses located in Canada, such as financial institutions, which provide services relating to Internet gaming.
Canada
2 Aug 2006
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Internal Investigations
In a world of heightened sensitivity to breaches of duty and a statutory and regulatory regime which establishes extensive and detailed standards governing conduct, it is not at all unusual that corporations which suspect that there may have been a lapse of duty and consequential harmful impact may wish to be proactive and move to investigation of the matter on their own accord prior to any involvement by governmental authorities. In such circumstances, it is not unusual for corporations to enga
Canada
 
28 Jun 2005
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