18 June 2019
A former executive of technology company Sarclad has said that certain emails sent in his name regarding contracts looked “strange” and could not have been written by him.
31 May 2019
Research recently published shows which Latin American countries have been proactive and which have lagged behind in tackling corruption tied to Odebrecht after the company resolved a foreign bribery scandal in 2016.
24 May 2019
The company managing director also described a former sales manager on trial for alleged bribery as “a good bloke and a hardworking salesman” while giving evidence in front of a jury at Southwark Crown Court on Friday.
26 April 2019
As Peru’s ex-president appeals against his pre-trial detention, lawyers say prosecutors have failed to justify why he should be jailed for up to three years.
01 April 2019
Canada’s House of Commons justice committee has publicly released a package of evidence submitted by the former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould as part of the ongoing inquiry into the SNC-Lavalin scandal.
28 March 2019
Prosecutors in Bochum have launched an investigation into German engineering company ThyssenKrupp’s $2.3 billion deal to supply Israel with submarines.
19 March 2019
The Netherlands has collected Sweden’s share of a 2017 trilateral bribery settlement with telecommunications company Telia after the country failed to meet conditions to accept the funds by the agreed deadline.
14 March 2019
The House of Lords Bribery Act committee has also recommended Scotland to strongly consider introducing DPAs.
11 March 2019
Danish coatings supplier Hempel’s 220 million Danish kroner settlement with authorities in Denmark and Germany to resolve allegations of bribery across Europe and Asia is a great step towards more non-US-led international investigations, lawyers say.
08 March 2019
Sweden may still be able to collect its $208.5 million share of Telia’s September 2017 trilateral settlement following an appeal against the acquittal of the telecommunication company’s ex-CEO and two former executives.
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