Chinese journalists were surprised to find that Ningling County (Shangqiu City, Henan Province) officials had set up a government office dedicated to preventing civil servants from drinking during working hours.
Following the human stories of FCPA enforcement can be humbling for otherwise proud Americans.
There's always a danger that an unhealthy corporate practice, even an illegal one, will gain internal acceptance and legitimacy simply because it happens all the time.
KBR's former agent Jeffrey Tesler was ordered to report to federal prison on April 17 to begin serving his twenty-one month sentence.
Last Thursday evening in Houston, at the River Oaks Bookstore, Tom Fox was on hand to sign copies of his book, Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics.
Mark Pieth is the chairman of the OECD Working Group on Bribery, which monitors how countries are criminalizing foreign bribery in accordance with the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. He is also a professor of criminal law and criminology at the University of Basel, Switzerland.
The man who once led one of the world's most powerful engineering and constructions companies until he was brought down by his own web of corruption will report to prison today to start serving his 30-month sentence.
A newspaper in Britain won the right last week to see documents filed in the U.K. extradition hearings of Jeffrey Tesler and Wojciech Chodan.
Professor Elizabeth Spahn's new scholarship on competing enforcement of antibribery laws has just been published.
The government's primary witness against former ABB manager John O'Shea won't serve any more jail time for conspiracy to violate the FCPA.