The DOJ Deploys Carrots and Sticks in Analogic FCPA Settlement

The SEC and DOJ’s recent FCPA settlements with health care and security technology company Analogic reveal how the government is treating self-reporting and cooperation after the announcement of the Pilot Program and the Yates Memo. The combination of Analogic’s voluntary disclosure of its bribery scheme involving Russian slush funds, and its failure to fully cooperate in the investigation, netted benefits (the lack of a parent-level DOJ plea) yet also less-than-optimal results (a lower discount than the Pilot Program provides for). We analyze the more than $11 million settlement with Analogic and its Danish subsidiary BK Medical and BK Medical’s former CFO. See also “From Discounts to Slush Funds: Red Flags to Heed and Eight Steps to Take to Avoid SAP’s $3.9 Million Mistakes” (Feb. 10, 2016).

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