Ericsson sued by US military members for financing al-Qaeda, Islamic State

After recently announcing an SEC investigation related to the company’s conduct in the Middle East, the telecommunications company faces a private suit from US military members accusing it of making “protection payments” …

Odebrecht sanctioned by judge for not turning over documents in investor suit

The construction giant, which pleaded guilty in 2016 to paying more than $700 million in bribes to obtain business, defied a court order to produce documents for 20 months.

Former Deutsche Bank trader’s conviction overturned

A New York federal judge vacated the guilty plea of a former Deutsche Bank trader who allegedly conspired to manipulate the Libor interest benchmark after his alleged co-conspirators had their convictions overturned …

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Heightened crypto sanctions concerns are misplaced, experts say

While the cryptocurrency sector is under an enforcement microscope amid sanctions on Russia, the industry feels it has an unfair target on its back.

Commerce Department "reaching out" to companies over Russia, says BIS head

Matt Axelrod said the Bureau of Industry and Security is getting in touch with certain companies to make sure they’re complying with new Russia export controls.

Cognizant deputy GC to join Unisys

The information technology company has hired Claudius Sokenu, a former SEC lawyer with extensive experience advising large businesses on FCPA investigations, to lead the company’s legal, ethics and compliance functions.

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