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The advertising group instead allowed the heads of subsidiaries in high-risk markets “to exercise wide autonomy and outsized influence,” the SEC said in a $19 million FCPA settlement.
24 September 2021
In today’s news round-up, Matt Reinhard goes in-house and the DOJ has made changes to its Fraud Section leadership.
22 September 2021
But the official suggested the DOJ would use the power cautiously because of diplomatic sensitivities.
21 September 2021
In an interview, Mark Bini reflected on his time handling major foreign bribery cases linked to Latin America, including one concerning Vitol.
14 September 2021
A federal judge rejected Roger Ng’s call for his foreign bribery case to be thrown out, including his arguments that it should never have been brought in Brooklyn and that prosecutors used an overly broad definition of the FCPA’s internal accounting controls provision.
13 September 2021
The former telecoms manager was also charged earlier this year by Swedish authorities for his alleged role in the Ericsson foreign bribery scheme.
08 September 2021
The information technology company says it expects most of the settlement amount will be paid by its insurers.
08 September 2021
Squire Patton Boggs’ white-collar and investigations practice head has left the firm for Orrick.
07 September 2021
Second Circuit judges peppered a US prosecutor and a defence lawyer with questions over whether a former Alstom executive acted as the agent of a US subsidiary during a foreign bribery scheme.
17 August 2021
Adam Safwat has left Weil Gotshal & Manges to join Nelson Mullins as a partner.
12 August 2021
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