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samuelrubenfeld.com — A horrible year for much of the world was, for me, a mainly stable one: My relationship is strong, I kept my job and I remained in the same apartment. One significant change in my life did happen this year, however: I took up running.

The FCPA in 2014: A Record Fine, But Little Legal Change

blogs.wsj.com — U.S. authorities scored a record-breaking fine as they enforced the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act this year, but lawyers said they didn't see much of the ballyhooed targeting of individuals in bribery cases. Amid the record U.S. fine, a legal challenge to a key definition in the FCPA failed, U.S.

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5 Takeaways From the OECD Report on Foreign Bribery

blogs.wsj.com — The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Tuesday released its first-ever analysis of anti-bribery on a global scale. The OECD looked at a total of 427 cases, of which 263 were made against individuals and 164 were against entities.

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samuelrubenfeld.com — The reason courts treat corporations as persons is for the purpose of the due process clause, and other parts of the constitution. They can stand in, bring lawsuits and have lawsuits be brought against them. But the difficulty of jailing a corporation limits the range in which a corporation can be prosecuted.

5 Days of Scandal: FIFA Edition

blogs.wsj.com — FIFA, the world soccer organization and no stranger to crisis, has spent the last five days under constant fire. The latest crisis is tied to allegations of vote-buying in the selection of Russia and Qatar to host the World Cup tournaments in 2018 and 2022, respectively.

Silk Road 2.0 Leads to Arrest

online.wsj.com — A San Francisco man was arrested Wednesday and charged with operating Silk Road 2.0, a nearly identical version of the Silk Road marketplace shut down by U.S. officials in October 2013. Blake Benthall, who went by the alias "Defcon," was charged in a New York in a criminal complaint for allegedly starting a spinoff version of the Silk Road...

Samuel Rubenfeld’s Reading Progress for Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United

Samuel Rubenfeld’s Reading Progress for Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United

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Jan 28, 2015

RT @THEKIDMERO: KNICKS WASHED THE THUNDER WITH KD PLAYA HATIN FROM THE SIDELINE DRESSED LIKE A "COOL BARTENDER"

Jan 28, 2015

RT @desusnice: NYC needs this Knicks win to boost morale in the aftermath of blizzard 2015

Jan 28, 2015

HAHAH well at least MSG gets one talent RT @HerringWSJ: The National Anthem talent for Knick games this year has been off the charts, FWIW.

Jan 28, 2015

RT @errollouis: From firm: "Weitz & Luxenberg said today it has asked #SheldonSilver to take a leave of absence from his of counsel positio…

Jan 28, 2015

RT @3ba: "When you are the other, you are always aware of being so, and are always seeking out the familiar." By @pilotbacon: thehairpin.com/2015/01/on-bei…

Jan 28, 2015

RT @Tri_Offense: Nothing a little braising can't fix. RT @andrewkeh: Parts of Amar'e Stoudemire's body that are currently hurt: knee, ankle, wrist.

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