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Pennsylvania: Ex-Rep Fattah seeks to overturn corruption conviction ABC News

New Jersey: Judge in Newark blasts U.S. Attorney for seeking light sentences in corruption cases NorthJersey.com

Pennsylvania: Attorney General Kane found guilty in perjury case, resigns USA Today

Georgia: Bribe allegedly paid for Dekalb business permits Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Australia: Journalists and police join forces to oppose corruption investigation secrecy Guardian

Mexico: President's approval ratings tank as public's frustration with corruption grows Forbes

South Korea: High profile bribery trial of ex-prosecutor begins Korea Times


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Suppressing Bid Rigging


Lessons from Japan

In Japan, where corruption is generally perceived to be relatively rare, bid rigging remains a problem.  



Over the last 15 years, however, a number of significant reforms have taken aim at this troubling form of public corruption. In this Community Contribution, Takaki Sato details the latest developments in Japan that may hold insights for practitioners in other jurisdictions. 
 
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