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Julius Baer admits laundering over $36 million in bribes in FIFA case

June 8, 2021
Bank Julius Baer admitted in federal court in Brooklyn that it conspired to launder over $36 million in bribes through the United States to soccer officials with the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and other soccer federations.

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France hands out €220 millions fine to Google, company did not dispute facts

June 7, 2021
Following referrals from News Corp, Le Figaro group and the Rossel La Voix group, the Autorité de la concurrence issues today a decision sanctioning Google, up to 220 million euros, for having abused its dominant position in the advertising server market for website and mobile applications publishers.

Spain: NMC fines Disa Corporación Petrolífera 1 million euros for defaulted on commitments

May 31, 2021
The National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC) in Spain imposed a fine of one million euros on Disa Corporación Petrolífera S.L for having defaulted on several of the commitments that the oil company acquired in order to formalize the purchase of 50% of Shell Aviation España S.L in 2013.

Boeing to pay $17 million in FAA settlement over 737 MAX, NG equipment

May 27, 2021
Boeing will pay $17 million in penalties under a Federal Aviation Administration settlement after it installed equipment on 759 Boeing 737 MAX and NG aircraft that contained sensors that were not approved, the FAA said on Thursday.

AdC sanctions medical devices company for restricting distributors sales

May 24, 2021
Portugal Competition Authority AdC sanctioned Natus Medical Incorporated for restricting competition in the distribution of essential medical devices in the Portuguese market.

Hungary fines Dr. Theiss Naturwaren and domestic distributor $87,300 for false promises

May 24, 2021
The Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) imposed a fine of HUF 25 million ($87,300) on a German manufacturer and a domestic distributor of a hair loss reducing shampoo for promoting its product using dishonest health claims.

Italy fines Ryanair 4.2 mln euros for not refunding passengers

May 24, 2021
Italy's antitrust authority fined Ryanair 4.2 million euros ($5.12 million) for not refunding costumers for flights cancelled after June 2020 due to the COVID-19 emergency, the watchdog said on Monday.

European Commission fines UBS, Nomura, UniCredit for bond trading cartel

May 21, 2021
The European Commission has found that Bank of America, Natixis, Nomura, RBS (now NatWest), UBS, UniCredit and WestLB (now Portigon) have breached EU antitrust rules through the participation of a group of traders in a cartel in the primary and secondary market for European Government Bonds (‘EGB').

Swiss Life and subsidiaries admit to conspiring with U.S. taxpayers to hide assets offshore

May 18, 2021
The Justice Department announced a deferred prosecution agreement with the Swiss Life Entities under which they agreed to accept responsibility for their criminal conduct by stipulating to the accuracy of the Statement of Facts attached to the Agreement.

University of Miami to pay $22m to settle medically unnecessary laboratory tests, fraudulent billing practices

May 18, 2021
The University of Miami (UM) has agreed to pay $22 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by ordering medically unnecessary laboratory tests, and submitting false claims through its laboratory and off campus hospital based facilities.
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