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Scalping Tickets and the Use of Fake Invoices in China

I long ago learned that there is no such thing as a ‘sold out event’; as the scalping of and for tickets to sports events is a long and time honored tradition. However with the advent of such websites as StubHub.com, it certainly has never been easier to purchase tickets to any concern or...

Transparency International’s Progress Report

This article was reprinted with permission from FCPA Professor Transparency International (TI) does good work in raising awareness of bribery and its effects and seeking to reduce bribery and corruption around the world. Yet, every time I read TI’s annual progress report on OECD Anti-Bribery...

Billy the Kid Begins and the GSK China Verdict

According to This Day in History, 139 years ago today, Billy the Kid was arrested for the first time, for theft. Billy the Kid was believed to have been born in New York City and was later taken out west by his mother. He was arrested on September 23, 1875 when he was found in possession of clothing...