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Fini les paiements d’accélération - Le Canada abroge l’exception relative aux paiements de facilitation

USA, OECD, Canada - November 6 2017 Dans le cadre de sa révision menée en 2013 en vue de modifier en profondeur son régime de lutte contre les pratiques de corruption à l’étranger...

John Paul Smith, Iris Fischer, Sean Boyle, Mark A. Morrison, Simon Seida.


No More Grease Payments - Canada Repeals Exception for Facilitation Payments

USA, OECD, Canada - October 30 2017 As part of Canada's 2013 significant overhaul to its foreign corrupt practices regime, the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA), Canada...

John Paul Smith, Iris Fischer, Sean Boyle, Mark A. Morrison, Simon Seida.


Internal Investigations: Reporting and Discipline

USA, Canada - June 9 2016 The investigation involved bribery and corruption allegations. However, the exposé focused on allegations of a coverup attributable to the...

John Paul Smith, Mark A. Morrison.


La CSC prend au sérieux les efforts internationaux de lutte contre la corruption

Canada - May 4 2016 Le 29 avril 2016, la Cour suprême du Canada (la CSC ) a confirmé l’inviolabilité des archives et l’immunité accordée au personnel d’une...

John Paul Smith, Alexandra Luchenko, Mark A. Morrison.


World Bank v. Wallace: SCC Endorses Importance of International Anti-Corruption Efforts

Canada - May 4 2016 On April 29, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) upheld archival and personal immunities of an international organization (the World Bank Group)...

John Paul Smith, Alexandra Luchenko, Mark A. Morrison.