Will he ever come back to help his wife, Angela Aguilar?
As we said, two FBI agents at an international law enforcement conference last week said several U.S. public companies are being investigated for bribery in Indonesia.
The first shot-show defendants are in federal court in Washington, D.C., where jury selection has just started.
Anti-corruption auditing has become commonplace in the past few years, but as a general matter the audit process tends to occur too infrequently to serve as a company’s only form compliance “checking.”
An FBI agent told a gathering of international law enforcement officials last week that several U.S. public companies are being investigated for bribery in Indonesia.
They're facing up to 30 years behind bars. The government isn't likely to ask for jail terms of that length. But prosecutors will want long sentences -- probably more like 10 or 12 years.
More than half the journalists murdered in the line of duty were working to expose corruption.
Over at the New York Times' DealBook, Peter Henning had a terrific post about the cost of Avon Products' internal FCPA investigation.
Should anyone be surprised by the guilty verdicts handed down Tuesday in the Lindsey case? Not at all. History, and the odds, are always against FCPA defendants.
A reader just asked about possible sentences for the Lindsey defendants convicted on all counts by an LA jury yesterday. Here's what the DOJ's release said: