A federal court in the District of Massachusetts authorized the IRS to serve a "John Doe" summons on a Boston-based "digital currency exchanger" seeking information about as yet unidentified U.S. taxpayers who, from 2016 to 2020, conducted at least $20,000 in cryptocurrency transactions.
The DOJ and the SEC announced one of the largest global Foreign Corrupt Practices Act settlements in history. Under the settlement, a Dutch telecommunications will pay $795 million to resolve allegations that it paid $114 million in bribes to an Uzbek government official to obtain and retain business in the country.
Commentary by Bret Campbell
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