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U.S. v. American Totalisator Company Inc.

 
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American Totalisator Co. Inc.
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DOJ Civil
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January 15, 1993
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U.S. v. American Totalisator Company Inc.
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U.S. v. American Totalisator Company Inc., No. 93-CV-00161, (D. Md. 1993)
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Computer & Information Technologies-Hardware
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Greece
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1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989; 1990; 1991; 1992
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Officials of the Horse Races Administration of Greece (ODIE), an instrumentality of the Greek government
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Beginning in or about 1985, American Totalisator Company Inc. (ATC), at the time a wholly owned subsidiary of General Instrument Corporation, allegedly paid money to its Greek agent with knowledge that all or some of the money paid would be offered, given or promised to officials of the Horse Races Administration of Greece (ODIE), an instrumentality of the Greek government, in connection with the sale of a totalisator system and spare parts for the Phaleron racetrack in Athens, Greece.

In January 1993, without admitting or denying these allegations, ATC consented to the entry of a permanent injunction barring it from making payments in violation of the FCPA.
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Anti-bribery (Domestic Concern)
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Injunction/Cease and desist
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Not stated.
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0
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Domestic Concern
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U.S.
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Contract Procurement/Retention
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Not stated.
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Sales Agent/Consultant
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Not stated.
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Greece
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No
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No