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An English court has refused to compensate an Innospec competitor after he failed to prove that Innospec won contracts because of alleged corruption, but the decision may nonetheless spur more parties who suffer loss resulting from bribery to seek damages.
23 October 2014
The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has dismissed Iraq’s lawsuit against over 80 companies for allegedly paying kickbacks to Saddam Hussain as they took part in the UN’s oil-for-food programme.
19 September 2014
Australia’s Federal Police are set to present evidence of bribery involving construction company Leighton Holdings to prosecutors, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. On Monday, Fairfax news agency reported that leaked emails from Leighton included conversations between two senior company executives complaining about a “disgusting history of incompetence and misbehaviour”.
17 September 2014
The disparity between the sentences of four former Innospec executives shows the significance UK courts will give to guilty pleas and cooperation.
05 August 2014
UK pharmaceuticals company GlaxoSmithKline is investigating allegations of bribery in Jordan and Lebanon, the company confirmed in a statement yesterday.
17 April 2014
UK pharmaceuticals company GlaxoSmithKline is investigating whether some of its employees paid bribes to government officials in Iraq, the company has confirmed.
07 April 2014
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) says it will compel witnesses to interview after opening a formal investigation of Leighton Holdings.
03 April 2014
A Washington, DC district court has ruled documents produced by a compliance department during an internal investigation cannot be protected by attorney-client privilege, prompting an appeal to the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
19 March 2014
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner F Joseph Warin and of counsel Michael J Edney in Washington, DC advised oil and gas services company Weatherford International on its US$253 million settlement with US authorities.
03 December 2013
Oil and gas services company Weatherford International has agreed to pay US authorities US$153 million following an FCPA investigation, according to its quarterly report.
05 November 2013
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