After a brief end-of-the-semester hiatus we’re picking back up our series on Wal-Mart’s victims. And we’re less than half-way through.
Entries in BAE Systems (92)
New scholarship from Elizabeth Spahn tackles the opportunities and risks behind the new trend of multi-national antibribery enforcement.
Rolls-Royce appointed an outside lawyer to investigate allegations of overseas bribery in China and Indonesia.
For most of us, December means giant year-end bonuses, moving to bigger houses, and getaways to the Turks and Caicos. No, that's not true.
A recent University of Chicago Legal Forum article looks deep into an important new enforcement trend -- duplicative enforcement actions in multiple countries.
Britain's BAE Systems and Europe's EADS are proposing to merge, they said earlier this month, to create a defense giant capable of competing against Boeing or Lockheed Martin.
As contractors like BAE and Siemens have settled large (FCPA-related) enforcement actions with the U.S. Government, there has been an epidemic of misleading and erroneous statements made about the role of suspension and debarment in the FCPA context.
Andy Spalding suggests that if the Wal-mart investigation results in significant civil or criminal fines or disgorged profits, some portion of those monies be used to benefit the people of Mexico.
Joe Palazzolo and Chris Matthews at the Wall Street Journal asked how Walmart's alleged $24 million in bribes to Mexican officials compares with other cases from our list of the Top Ten FCPA enforcement actions.
The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office said today that BAE Systems will pay about £30 million to fund educational projects in Tanzania.