Paul Cosgrove and David Edmonds want a jury instruction about 'customary practices' in some of the countries where their employer, CCI, did business.
Two separate piles of BRICs? Is that where we’re headed?
Officials at Xiaogan No. 1 High School in Hubei Province are under investigation after a student tweeted photos of her classmates hooked up to IV drips dangling from the classroom ceiling.
Brazil’s legislation of 2002 implementing the OECD Convention conspicuously lacked a legal principle that has elsewhere proven a cornerstone of anti-bribery enforcement: corporate liability.
Shruti Shah, a senior policy director at Transparency International --USA, writing in today's Huffington Post:
From the 'investigations' index of ethiXbase, here is SL Industries Inc.'s FCPA disclosure in its latest Form 10-Q filed May 10, 2012.
There's no record of the DOJ filing a status report about the eight former Siemens executives and agents indicted in December last year despite a federal judge's order for an update by May 1.
Two Haiti Telco defendants convicted by a jury last year of FCPA, wire fraud, and money-laundering offenses have asked a federal appeals court to review the meaning of 'foreign official.'
This week we talked with Brian Kindle at the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists. Listen here.