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Johnson & Johnson Unit to Pay $18 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations – Corporate Crime Reporter


Johnson & Johnson Unit to Pay $18 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations
Corporate Crime Reporter
California-based medical device manufacturer Acclarent Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, will pay $18 million to resolve allegations that the company caused health care providers to submit false claims to Medicare and other federal healthcare …

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Unravelling the implications of the referendum result for corporate crime – Lexology (registration)


Unravelling the implications of the referendum result for corporate crime
Lexology (registration)
Corporate Crime analysis: Jemma Sherwood-Roberts, associate at Corker Binning, looks into the potential impact of Brexit on corporate crime, outlining the upcoming challenges the UK will face and warning of a potential erosion to the human rights of

Nishikawa to Plead Guilty Pay $130 Million – Corporate Crime Reporter


Nishikawa to Plead Guilty Pay $130 Million
Corporate Crime Reporter
Federal officials alleged that Nishikawa conspired to fix the prices and rig bids of automotive body sealing products sold to Honda Motor Company Ltd., Toyota Motor Corporation, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (Subaru) and certain of their subsidiaries and

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Enbridge to Pay $177 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges – Corporate Crime Reporter


Enbridge to Pay $177 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges
Corporate Crime Reporter
Corporate Crime Reporter In Print 48 Weeks A Year. Enbridge to Pay $177 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges. By Editor Filed in News July 20th, 2016 @ 11:51 am. Enbridge will pay $177 million to settle charges stemming from its 2010 oil spills in

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Bart Naylor on Mega Banks That Are Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Jail, Too Big to Manage And Too Big to Regulate – Corporate Crime Reporter


Bart Naylor on Mega Banks That Are Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Jail, Too Big to Manage And Too Big to Regulate
Corporate Crime Reporter
Jail time for bank executives who commit crimes. And increase capital requirements from five percent to twenty percent. “The book looks at four elements of the too big problem,” Naylor told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “Well

Chris Papst and the Crimes of The Harrisburg Bankruptcy – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Chris Papst and the Crimes of The Harrisburg Bankruptcy
Corporate Crime Reporter
“And that's how he kept getting elected to mayor seven straight times,” Papst told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “And many of those times, nobody even bothered to run against him.” “Reed revived Harrisburg. He brought all of these …

David Whyte Corporate Crime and the Case for Abolishing the Corporation – Corporate Crime Reporter



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David Whyte Corporate Crime and the Case for Abolishing the Corporation
Corporate Crime Reporter
“Human beings have the capacity to make judgements about what might be beneficial to the people around them and to themselves,” Whyte told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “Corporations are constituted to put the interests of their …

Corporate Fraud Demands Criminal Time – New York Times


Corporate Fraud Demands Criminal Time
New York Times
Fortunately, research on street crime gives us some ideas about corporate crime. There are two fundamental dimensions of deterrence: the certainty of punishment and the severity of punishment. Basically, will I be caught, and if so, how badly will I be …

Corporate Crime & Investigations Update – 27 June 2016 – Lexology (registration)


Corporate Crime & Investigations Update – 27 June 2016
Lexology (registration)
Michel Temer, Brazil's interim President, has been drawn into the bribery scandal at state oil company Petrobras. The latest allegations were made by a former Petrobras executive, Sergio Machado, who has been giving plea bargain evidence to prosecutors.

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David Dayen on the Failure Of Corporate Criminal Law Enforcement – Corporate Crime Reporter


David Dayen on the Failure Of Corporate Criminal Law Enforcement
Corporate Crime Reporter
“Often, top officials bob and weave on that question,” Dayen told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “They will say — nobody went to jail, but there weren't any good cases. Or they will say — what was done was unethical but not illegal.

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