The attorney general has become the second senior DOJ official to receive an ethics waiver allowing him to work on the criminal case tied to the 1MDB scandal.
A former FBI agent who has been called the “linchpin” of the Paul Manafort conviction spoke to GIR about “the experience of a lifetime” working on the special counsel’s investigation.
A former KBR consultant says the DOJ’s longstanding case against him, which includes conduct from 25 years ago, should be dismissed because prosecutors violated his due process rights.
In a politically charged case, defence lawyers for a US transportation executive cry foul over the government’s late disclosure that an alleged co-conspirator was working undercover for the FBI.
Monitorships are coveted and lucrative, but they are also unglamorous, demanding and tense, say lawyers who have done them.
Ericsson reports that it is in settlement discussions with the DOJ and SEC and warns investors there will be “consequences”.
“I don’t think that this is a sea-change,” the Justice Department’s FCPA unit chief says.
German medical device company Fresenius netted a favourable settlement considering the scale of its conduct, say lawyers.
The CFTC’s enforcement director, James McDonald, talks to GIR about the agency’s new focus on foreign corruption.
Witnesses told a Congressional hearing that it is “imperative” for lawmakers to fix a recent Supreme Court decision that harms both whistleblowers and companies.
The DOJ declined to bring a foreign bribery case against a US drilling contractor. Now Brazilian prosecutors have asked the DOJ to freeze the contractor’s US assets following an investigation into the very same allegations.
The CFTC’s foray into the foreign corruption space has been dogged by criticisms.