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Thailand Has Not Responded to Siriwan Extradition Request, Prosecutor Says

July 26, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

So far, a dead end in the money laundering case against former Thai tourism official Juthamas Siriwan and her daughter, accused in connection with the Gerald and Patricia Green FCPA case.

Judge Dismisses Parker Drilling Shareholder Derivative Suit

July 26, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

The lawsuit alleged that the drilling company's board of directors failed to prevent FCPA violations.

Just Anti-Corruption Stories Published July 26, 2012

July 26, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

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1988 FCPA Amendments Show Then, As Now, Business Lobby Faces Uphill Battle

July 25, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

The business lobby essentially lost in 1988 on its priority issue – a lowering of the knowledge standard for corrupt payments to third parties used as intermediaries for bribes.

Costa Rican Utility Seeking Bribery Restitution Has No Standing, U.S. Argues on Appeal

July 25, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

In a hearing today, the Justice Department argued that even if the Costa Rican utility could be declared a “victim,’’ it still would not qualify for procedural standing in the courts because there is no judgment from which to appeal. While several Alcatel subsidiaries pleaded guilty to FCPA violations in Costa Rica and elsewhere, the parent company paid the global settlement under a deferred prosecution agreement.

Just Anti-Corruption Stories Published July 25, 2012

July 25, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

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Kozeny's Mother Petitions for Control of Funds from Sale of Aspen Mansion

July 25, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

The U.S. is not opposing release of the $22 million, though other fraud victims of fugitive Viktor Kozeny are.

Russian Railways' family connections: A Reuters Investigation of the Yakunin Family

July 25, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

A Reuters investigation has identified business ties between the son of Russian Railways president Vladimir Yakunin and firms and businessmen linked to the railways giant.

Just Anti-Corruption Stories from the Week of July 16-20

July 25, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

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Just Anti-Corruption Stories Published July 24, 2012

July 24, 2012, Just Anti-Corruption

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