Region: Israel

Israel investigates Shapir Engineering over Romania bribery allegations

21 February 2017

Steinmetz adds former Israeli AG to defence team

26 January 2017

Challenge fails and witnesses arrested in Guinea bribery case

A group of mining companies linked to Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz has failed to unseat all three members of an ICSID tribunal hearing its US$5 billion claim against Guinea over mining rights – while a multi-jurisdictional criminal investigation has led to the arrest of Steinmetz and others who have appeared as witnesses in the case. By Tom Jones

06 January 2017

Netanyahu questioned for second time in corruption probe

06 January 2017

BSGR threatens Rio Tinto with UK lawsuit over Guinea mining assets

BSG Resources plans to sue competitor Rio Tinto in London’s High Court, claiming that the Anglo-Australian mining company played a central role in causing it to lose lucrative mining concessions in the Simandou region in Guinea in 2014.

12 December 2016

Israeli billionaire under investigation by SFO over ENRC mining deals

06 December 2016

Corruption allegations dog ThyssenKrupp in Israel

28 November 2016

Counsel Watch

GIR lists the lawyers and law firms working on the biggest cases, including counsel to BSI, which recently had its banking status withdrawn in Singapore, and counsel to Akamai Technologies and Nortek in the Justice Department’s recent declinations.

14 June 2016

Siemens enters into US$43 million Israel NPA

Tel Aviv-based firm Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal has helped German engineering company Siemens secure a non-prosecution agreement with Israeli authorities over historic bribery allegations tied to the largest-ever FCPA fine.

04 May 2016

Siemens agrees deal with Israel over alleged bribery

03 May 2016

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