The DOJ said in a court filing last week that it would be satisfied with home confinement instead of prison for Paul Cosgrove because of his serous health problems.
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French defense and security firm Safran was fined €500,000 last week by a court in Paris for bribing government officials in Nigeria.
Deputy Director of Hunan Province Department of Transportation Li Xiaoxi was placed under investigation by the provincial Committee for Discipline Inspection for serious disciplinary violations.
Building services company ABM Industries Incorporated said it has spent '$3.3 million of legal fees and other costs associated with an internal investigation into a foreign entity previously affiliated with a joint venture.'
Do whistleblowers have any protection against retaliation under your whistleblowing program?
It can be said that over half of the world’s exports, spread among 19 countries, are covered by significant enforcement of anti-bribery laws. That’s extraordinary; history is unfolding before us.
India’s Central Bureau of Investigation has finally filed charges against five companies and 17 associated individuals and government officials allegedly involved in the 'Coalgate' scandal.
Ontario, Canada-based Nordion Inc. disclosed Wednesday in a Form 6-K (Report of Foreign Private Issuer) filed with the SEC that it's investigating a foreign supplier and other third parties for potential FCPA and Canadian law compliance issues.
Last year the OECD issued a 65-page publication called 'Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.