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Panalpina Will Settle FCPA Charges

October 15, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

Royal Dutch Shell PLC and a dozen other customers of the Swiss shipping and logistics company came under U.S. scrutiny in the long-running bribery probe.

Akin Gump Lawyer Becomes Issue in Ukraine Corruption Probe He Led

October 15, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

Mark MacDougall dismissed objections from an adviser to former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko about his participation in the investigation.

Ukraine Government Releases U.S-Led Legal Team's Corruption Report

October 14, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

The audit was conducted over four months in Washington, Kiev and London.

FCPA Blogs Round-Up: What Do the Numbers Tell?

October 14, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

Perhaps there are several "truths" in a report litigation trends, some more obvious than others.

Agents Indicted in FCPA Case, But No Quid Pro Quo Alleged

October 14, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

The indictment describes gifts the agents provided to the official, including a $1.8 million yacht and a Ferrari. But it doesn't describe any contracts the company received out of the arrangement.

U.S. Officials, Breuer Pleased With Global Anti-Corruption Progress

October 14, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

The Paris-based OECD is reviewing the United States' enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and general anti-corruption policies.

Reason for Hope in Nigeria?

October 13, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

The country brings charges against a high-ranking former official in connection with the Bonny Island case.

The Father of Modern FCPA Enforcement?

October 13, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

Mark Mendelsohn helped turn the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act from a sleepy backwater into a high-profile and vigorous area of federal law enforcement.

FCPA Blogs Round-Up: a Feeding Frenzy?

October 13, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

One company's troubles show that "reputational harm" can indeed be a threat, despite examples to the contrary.

Los Angeles FCPA Lawyer Moves to Nixon Peabody

October 13, 2010, Just Anti-Corruption

Michael Zweiback, who represents a husband and wife pair accused of funneling bribes to government officials in Mexico, moved to his new firm from Seyfarth Shaw.