Topic: FCPA

Former House investigator, Manhattan prosecutor joins boutique

Daniel Noble, a former Manhattan prosecutor and House investigator who worked on the first impeachment of President Trump, has joined a Connecticut boutique firm.

19 January 2021

DOJ denies breaking agreement with former Goldman Sachs banker

Prosecutors pushed back against claims that they broke an extradition agreement with a Goldman Sachs banker charged with participating in the 1MDB scandal.

14 January 2021

Veon’s deputy general counsel joins DLA Piper

Matthew Matule, who oversaw Veon’s internal investigation into FCPA violations, has joined DLA Piper as a partner in the firm’s litigation and regulatory practice in Boston.

12 January 2021

Baptiste defends ineffective counsel ruling

Former US army colonel Joseph Baptiste fought back against the DOJ’s attempt to overturn a Boston federal court’s decision that quashed his foreign bribery conviction.

11 January 2021

Deutsche Bank to pay $130 million to settle DOJ, SEC investigations

German lender Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay over $130 million to resolve foreign bribery and spoofing charges.

08 January 2021

Second Circuit sides with DOJ in foreign bribery appeal

A Hong Kong businessman argued that his FCPA conviction was based partly on contradictory charges, and should therefore be quashed. The Second Circuit disagreed in a December ruling.

04 January 2021

GIR’s top stories of 2020

A collection of GIR’s most-read stories as well as the editorial team’s favourite news articles, interviews, and features from 2020.

18 December 2020

New Jersey businessman admits to bribing Korean official

A New Jersey businessman has pleaded guilty to transferring bribes to Australia for the benefit of an official at a state-controlled Korean defence agency.

17 December 2020

Former CFTC enforcement director joins Sullivan & Cromwell

James McDonald, who reshaped the CFTC’s enforcement division, has joined Sullivan & Cromwell as a partner in the firm’s litigation practice.

09 December 2020

DOJ defends FCPA internal controls theory in 1MDB case

Prosecutors said the FCPA's internal accounting controls provision applies more broadly than just in situations where a company uses its own funds to pay bribes.

07 December 2020

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