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News:

Maryland: Former Baltimore Sen. Nathaniel Oaks pleads guilty to corruption charges Baltimore Sun

New Jersey: Bribery Charges Behind Him, Menendez Runs for Re-Election U.S. News


Ohio: City Hall Drama Still Running in Cincinnati Standoff U.S. News


Utah: Former Utah AG John Swallow wants suit over campaign contributions tossed The Salt Lake Tribune

Virginia: Drugs, lies, bribery exposed in Virginia’s transportation agency The Washington Post


USA: U.S. judge refuses to toss suit against Trump on foreign payments Reuters

AustraliaQueensland corruption watchdog doubts political donations ban The Australian 

Israel: Netanyahu interrogated in corruption case Al Jazeera 

Italy: 
Berlusconi indicted over judicial corruption charges Politico

Russia: As Russia Mourns Victims of Mall Fire, Some Chant, ‘Corruption Kills!’ The New York Times 

 

Opinion:

Can Peru’s Democracy Survive Corruption? The New York Times 

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Raising the Bar: Ethical Problems and Possible Solutions in District Attorney Campaign Fundraising

Join CAPI on next Friday, April 6th as we explore ethical issues in DA campaign fundraising, and propose how to find permanent solutions, with experts in the field. Two free Ethics and Professionalism CLE credits are available to non-transitional New York State attorneys. Please register here
When: Friday, April 6, 9am-11am
Where: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, 435 West 116th Street, Room 103

Generously sponsored by Kobre & Kim LLP
 

 

Could (and should) you be looking proactively at data to find corruption?:
Ethical and Efficient Corruption Detection for Governmental Agencies and Corporations

Join CAPI for the Integrity Forum, an initiative of Exiger on April 20th as we discuss if corporations, financial institutions and public organizations can use data analytics to take reasonable, cost-effective steps that allow for actionable intelligence, turning the sheer volume of data from a liability into an asset. Two free CLE credits are available to non-transitional New York State attorneys. Please register here

When: Friday, April 20, 9am-11am
Where: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, 435 West 116th Street, Room 101

Generously sponsored by Exiger 
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