Entries in Wojciech Chodan (39)
Since we started tracking FCPA fugitives (like a blog -- not like a U.S. Marshal), a lot has happened.
When Roger Clemens and FCPA defendants walk, should we only see failure by the DOJ?
A newspaper in Britain won the right last week to see documents filed in the U.K. extradition hearings of Jeffrey Tesler and Wojciech Chodan.
Last week in Houston the three KBR-related sentences ranged from 30 months in prison for Jack Stanley to just a year of unsupervised probation for Wojciech Chodan. Jeffrey Tesler was in the middle with 21 months in jail. How do their sentences compare?
The biggest FCPA enforcement action in history came to a close today with the sentencing of the mastermind behind the $182 million bribery scheme.
The London lawyer who delivered more than $130 million in bribes to Nigerian officials was sentenced today in Houston to 21 months in federal prison.
Wojciech Chodan, the former U.K.-based KBR manager charged with helping his company and its partners pay $180 million in bribes to Nigerian officials, was given a very lenient sentence today by Judge Keith P Ellison in federal court in Houston.
The only individuals prosecuted in the $1.6 billion TSKJ Nigeria enforcement action are scheduled to be sentenced this week in federal court in Houston.
Sentencing of the three individual defendants in the TSKJ Nigeria case has been delayed again.
The DOJ said today that Japan's Marubeni Corporation will pay a $54.6 million criminal penalty to resolve FCPA charges for its role as an agent of the KBR-led TSKJ joint venture.
The TSKJ enforcement action started in September 2008. Jack Stanley, KBR's former CEO, pleaded guilty in Houston to a two-count criminal information charging him with conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and to commit mail and wire fraud.