Here's the latest FCPA disclosure from Massachusetts-based Smith & Wesson from its Form 10-Q filed with the SEC on December 6. We've paragraphed the text for readability:
Russian anti-graft campaigner and opposition leader Alexei Navalny, left, and his brother Oleg face up to ten years in prison following charges Friday that they stole $1.8 million from a business through phony shipping charges.
Mexico: Pemex Sues Siemens Claiming Bribery in Old Refinery Project
Petroleos Mexicanos, Mexico’s state-owned oil company, filed a $1.5 billion lawsuit against Siemens AG and South Korea-based SK Engineering & Construction Co., claiming the companies bribed Pemex officials to win and keep refinery construction projects in 1997.
American Leo Cao’s parents were among the dozens killed in a bullet train crash near the city of Wenzhou in 2011.
Under the general topic of graft, school corruption is a well-recognized sub-genre.
Last month, the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission published their long-awaited Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Wu Xiaoli, 74-year-old female general manager and legal representative of Shanghai’s Gongxin Engineering Construction Supervision Centre Co Ltd, was given a life sentence for corruption involving more than $7.4 million.
Anti-corruption NGO Transparency International is looking for an intern at its headquarters in Berlin, Germany for six months starting February 2013.
The SEC got the green light this week from a federal judge to charge two former Noble executives with FCPA-related offenses they committed after February 2007.
Wal-Mart's disclosure in the U.S. that it spent $25 million lobbying American lawmakers for help gaining access to foreign markets has triggered demands from Indian politicians for an investigation.
Only five years ago, no one talked about self disclosing potential FCPA violations.