WASHINGTON (September 22, 2023)—On Friday, New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez and his wife were indicted on bribery charges—and not for the first time. Menendez was charged back in 2015. This time around, the senator (who is up for reelection) was accused of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes including cash, home mortgage payments, a luxury vehicle and influence for “low-or-no-show jobs”.
If you would like more context on the subject, please consider Jessica Tillipman, Assistant Dean for Government Procurement Law Studies and Government Contracts Advisory Council Professorial Lecturer in Government Contracts Law, Practice & Policy at the George Washington University Law School. Tillipman is an expert in Anti-Corruption & Compliance, anti-corruption, ethics, and compliance issues in government procurement, government contracts and white collar criminal defense.
Dean Tillipman serves as a Senior Advisor to the American Bar Association, International Anti-Corruption Committee, a Faculty Advisor to the Public Contract Law Journal, and an Advisory Board member of The Government Contractor.
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