A Guinean government panel has published the declaration of a wife of the country’s late dictator that describes how she was allegedly bribed to use her influence with her husband. Mamadie Toure is also cooperating in a U.S. FCPA probe.
An appeals court panel rules a public reporting requirement violates the First Amendment, but companies are still required to probe their supply chains for evidence that materials are tied to armed conflict.
Six people have now been charged in the brokerage-firm Venezuelan bribe scheme; four have already pleaded guilty.
The Texas lawmaker continued a war of words between the Attorney General and House Republicans.
Houston-based Hyperdynamics had no oil exploration experience when it won a massive off-shore concession in 2006 from then-Guinean dictator Lansana Conté.
The SEC’s rule attempted to force companies to disclose if minerals they used came from conflict countries. OPINION ATTACHED
EXCLUSIVE: Subpoenas seek detailed information about the activities of an aide who followed former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Chairman David Samson to the agency from Wolff & Samson, the law firm central to many of the questions now swirling around Gov. Chris Christie.
The magistrate judge is seen as an e-discovery expert for his efforts to make prosecutors show true probable cause in cases involving phone and other electronic data.
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David M. Maria will focus on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act defense and compliance.
The Attorney General has complained of “ugly and divisive” treatment by Republican lawmakers. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) says Holder has no evidence and that the criticism is not based on race.
The former prosecutor is currently chief counsel for privacy and information policy for the Senate Judiciary Committee.
David Barlow, who previously worked for Republican Sen. Mike Lee, will return to private practice this summer.
Grassley has been an outspoken advocate for whistleblower issues and a critic of the Obama administrations whistleblowing policies.
Information sharing is encouraged to protect data networks, the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission said in a joint policy statement.
The Attorney General veered from prepared remarks Wednesday to discuss his treatment by House Republicans the day before.
The timing of Hewlett-Packard Company’s U.S. FCPA settlement was first disclosed by a Polish newspaper and confirmed publicly by the country’s interior minister.
Cable executives say consumers benefit from the possibility of increased investment but lawmakers — and the Justice Department — have yet to be convinced.
Department doesn’t investigate every press leak, Attorney General says.
Lawmakers lament the Justice Department’s meek attempts to hold individuals responsible for corporate crimes.
The former hedge fund manager claims he needs more free time to review thousands of documents that will be used in his sentencing.
Latvia will be the 41st party to the convention when its membership is made final at the end of next month.
The pharmaceutical company is also under investigation by Chinese authorities over alleged corruption.
The SEC previously awarded the whistleblower nearly $50,000 in 2012 for helping stop a securities fraud.
Prosecutors had previously won extradition of a British national on obstruction of justice charges in an unrelated antitrust case.
The nominee has served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney since 2001.
Birotte has served as U.S. Attorney in the Central District of California in March 2010.
Ralls is appealing the dismissal of its presidential power and CFIUS challenge. The government has brought a lawsuit to force the divestiture of the company’s wind farm purchase.
Sen. Jeffrey Merkley (D-Ore.) asked the Attorney General today if the justice system is weighted in favor of the powerful.
Michael Horowitz said it should be up to him, not Attorney General Eric Holder, to decide when documents should be available to investigators.
KBR is being sued by former employees for its secrecy agreements that allegedly prevented whistleblowing to the government.
Subsidiary Kerr-McGee tried to avoid responsibility for 85 years of environmental contamination, Deputy Attorney General James Cole said.
While observers debate the U.S. assertion that the timing of the arrest of the powerful businessman-ally of ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych was a coincidence, the case does point to the growing use of the FCPA in non-traditional ways.
Rep. Darrell Issa questions the bureau’s accountability for problems identified in undercover gun-buying operations.
Raman is following her former boss at DOJ, Lanny Breuer, to the prestigious white-shoe law firm in Washington, knowledgeable people say.
Kellogg Brown & Root LLC, Technip S.A. and JGC Corp. agreed to pay $17 million to settle a Nigerian corruption investigation that has already resulted in penalties in the United States.
The former State Department contractor pleaded guilty to providing sensitive information on nuclear capabilities in North Korea to reporter James Rosen.
Industry wants the SEC’s conflict minerals transparency rule held to a stricter standard than the commission said is supported by precedent.
After a 99-1 vote, Carlin is officially head of the division he has led on an acting basis since March 2013.
Six Alstom executives have now been implicated in a corruption scheme that may also ensnare the parent company and its subsidiaries.
Besso Limited agreed to settle after the Financial Conduct Authority pointed out nearly six years of third party due diligence failures.
The company had already been looking into possible foreign bribery by a Brazilian subsidiary and is investigating internally.
U.S. authorities and others are looking into the bank’s hiring practices in Asia for possible corruption problems.
Dennis Burke, who resigned in 2011 after leaking documents to the media, says his superiors in Washington tried to protect their own political interests by pinning blame for the failed gun operation on Arizona prosecutors.
Monty Wilkinson served as No. 2 at the office overseeing U.S. Attorneys until the retirement of Director H. Marshall Jarrett.
Mark A. Jackson and James J. Ruehlen are accused of FCPA violations in the country over an oil rig permit.
The executives are accused of taking part in a bribery scheme in Nigeria.
The more than $458 million in assets stolen by late Nigerian Dictator Sani Abacha should be returned to the country, according to U.S. attorneys for the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project.
Two FBI agents may have been retaliated against for speaking to IG staff, report finds. DEA and FBI also fought over their roles at the multi-agency center.
Laurence Urgenson, who left Kirkland & Ellis LLP, previously served as Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General.
He replaces Caroline Krass, herself an acting head of the office, who was confirmed by the Senate to become general counsel at the Central Intelligence Agency.
The orthopedic-products maker said it became aware in August 2013 of potentially improper payments regarding a Brazilian subsidiary.
The unusual sequence in which the settlement was disclosed has an ordinary explanation.
Wal-Mart had agreed to withdraw its motion to strike the documents following a ruling from a parallel case in Delaware.