In February, Tyson Foods settled FCPA offenses with the DOJ and the SEC for $5.2 million. The offenses related to illegal payments by company representatives to government-employed inspection veterinarians in Mexico, and a cover-up of the payments.
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Plans to break up the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office are suddenly on hold.
The State Department yesterday entered what it called a civil settlement with BAE for alleged violations of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 C.F.R. Parts 120-130). No court action was involved.
Last March the FCPA Blog posted an article that asked: Debarment for BAE? It has been a little over a year now, and the answer of course, is no.
With yesterday's $218.8 million criminal fine, JGC joins the top ten FCPA cases of all time. Nine now involved non-U.S. companies, and the oldest -- Siemens from December 2008 -- is still the biggest.
How much did Alcatel-Lucent's initial failure to cooperate with the DOJ cost the company? We take a look.
n the top ten FCPA settlements of all time, eight are now from 2010 and eight also involve non-U.S. companies.
A judge in London today refused to approve BAE's plea agreement to end its long-running bribery case and insisted on calling witnesses to testify about possible corrupt payments in Africa.
Senator Arlen Specter today asked the DOJ why no one is going to jail in the most egregious cases brought under the FCPA's antibribery provisions.
With Panalpina, Pride, and Shell joining the top ten FCPA settlements of all time, there are now eight foreign companies on the list.