Sentencing of the three individual defendants in the TSKJ Nigeria case has been delayed again.
The CEOs, CFOs, COOs and Chief Compliance Officers we meet with are well aware of the FCPA and are working to put in place compliance programs to keep their companies on the right side of the law, but they are not terribly concerned about their own personal exposures.
Two Africa sting defendants were acquitted today in federal court in Washington, D.C.
This is a question that many compliance and ethics officers have asked themselves when faced with management’s refusal to implement compliance program recommendations.
A top Vatican official was reassigned to a job he didn't want after he complained about contracts that might have been tainted by corruption.
We'll be in Hong Kong on February 7 and Singapore on February 15 to talk about the top ten FCPA enforcement actions. The focus will be lessons for companies doing business in Asia.
Scholarship at its best can change things. It can cause judges to take a fresh look and lawmakers to fix problems. We hope Mike Koehler's new scholarship will do just that.
The jury in the second Africa sting trial didn't reach a final verdict Thursday and has gone home until Monday.
To understand where the FCPA should go from here, we need to understand where, and how, it began.
Michael Hershman, left, president of The Fairfax Group, helps public and private sector clients integrate core principles of social responsibility into their everyday practices.