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The top executive at Chinese property company R&F Properties told a London court that he will no longer contest extradition to the US where he faces charges over an alleged bribery scheme.
14 June 2023
The company will argue that it has been unfairly prosecuted because of “an illicit animus towards Huawei specifically and Chinese companies more broadly”.
12 June 2023
The attorney general of Geneva recorded one of the most high-profile white-collar crime convictions of recent times. Now he wants a new settlement tool to meet his prosecutors’ appetite for complex international investigations into corporate wrongdoing.
09 June 2023
The settlement comes roughly a decade after the Dutch multinational was fined for similar behaviour in Poland.
11 May 2023
Charles Lieber was sentenced to pay $50,000 and spend two years under supervised release.
26 April 2023
BIS imposed its largest-ever standalone penalty against Seagate after the company admitted to exporting hard drives to Huawei without the necessary licences.
19 April 2023
24 March 2023
The company’s plea agreement eliminates the cooperation credit it had been awarded by the DOJ in 2019 for cooperating with an FCPA investigation.
21 March 2023
Debevoise & Plimpton partners Kara Brockmeyer and Gareth Hughes, counsel Philip Rohlik and legal consultant Eva Niu consider approaches to post-Covid internal investigations in China and offer practical tips on how to manage the new landscape.
14 March 2023
China recently issued export control penalties against Lockheed Martin and Raytheon that could reach billions of dollars. Lawyers don’t expect them to pay a cent, but other companies might not be so lucky.
13 March 2023
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