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News:

Alabama: A long-running scandal and a Senate pick stir corruption questions in Alabama The New York Times 

California: Former Palm Springs mayor accused in bribery scheme surrenders KMIR

New Jersey: Contractor at U.S. military base admits paying bribes and kickbacks The United States Department of Justice 

China: China jails former senior Beijing official for graft  Reuters

China: Donald Tsang found guilty of corruption Al Jazeera

Ecuador: Corruption scandals weigh on Ecuador's leftist ahead of vote Reuters

France: French voters protest corruption amid troubled campaign ABC News

New Zealand: Two jailed, six leave jobs in country's largest bribery case NZ Herald

Romania: Romania's mass protests, corruption controversy highlight growing risk to foreign investors Forbes
 


Opinion:
Trump's conflicts could undercut global efforts to fight corruption, critics say NPR

Why Philippines' Duterte and India's Modi cannot get rid of corruption Forbes

 

Improving Organizational Culture: 
How Public Institutions Can Promote Integrity and Prevent Corruption

 
Register now to join CAPI for a half day conference with industry leaders from the public and private sectors to discuss practical lessons for promoting integrity in organizational cultures. Free CLE may be available to non-transitional New York State attorneys.

When: March 10, 2017 8:50am-12:45pm

Where: Columbia Law School Jerome Green Hall, Room 106 

Featuring: Dan Feldman | John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Rose Gill Hearn | Bloomberg Associates, Shiva Rajgopal | Columbia Business School, Joe Spinelli | Kroll, Larry Byrne | NYPD, Michael Shaw | GSK, and Ed Stier | Cohn Reznick


The Trump Presidency Part II
Video Available Here

On February 7, CAPI hosted The Trump Presidency Part II with Boston University Law School Professor Jay Wexler and CAPI Advisory Board Member and Columbia Law School Professor Richard Briffault. The professors dissected Trump's possible violations of our Constitution's Emoluments Clause and available remedies. They also discussed the recent controversies surrounding the Office of Government Ethics and the Office of Congressional Ethics.  
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