Posts tagged "India"

Massachusetts Court Declines to Enter Injunction That Might Impact Proceedings in Foreign Jurisdiction

Discretion, they say, is the better part of valor. So, too, judicial discretion is the better part of equity. Last fall, despite acknowledging "the equitable power and authority" to issue an injunction, the Worcester Superior nonetheless chose to keep its powder dry.

'The Cost of Doing Business' in Developing Economies and the FCPA

According to recent reports, lawyers for Wal-Mart have identified China, Brazil, South Africa, India, and Mexico as potential hotbeds for corruption risk. The findings come in the wake of an April New York Times story alleging that Wal-Mart and its largest foreign subsidiary, Wal-Mart de México (or, Walmex), covered up a bribery investigation involving top company executives and millions of dollars in payments to Mexican government officials.

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