Wal-Mart spent an additional $282 million in the previous fiscal year on its foreign corruption investigations and legal fees.
The former president owes millions of dollars in restitution but claims he has little money.
The brouhaha in Oklahoma mirrors attempts by House Republicans in Washington to de-legitimize Holder by emphasizing the June 2012 vote of the House finding him in criminal contempt of Congress. UPDATED 3:55 p.m. EDT
The government says Jordan Belfort has done little to atone financially for his crimes. Ex-prosecutor Joel Cohen and FBI Agent Gregory Coleman will give an inside look at their investigation at a panel next month.
Qualcomm was first informed of related government investigations in 2010.
AML auditors should exercise ample professional skepticism, question processes and controls that don’t make sense, and even seek clarity, where appropriate, on key decisions, such as the acceptance of new clients or the disposition of alert investigations.
Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue canceled the scheduled deposition hours before he was to appear at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C. The U.S. claims he transferred ownership of the jet, which it seeks to seize under its anti-kleptocracy initiative
The veteran of the Eastern District of New York will serve as Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General.
Aggressive law enforcement has meant that companies no longer see it as cost-effective to avoid building compliance programs, the Deputy Attorney General said today.
The Supreme Court opinion vastly widens the pool of potential whistleblowers.
U.S. Pardon Attorney Ron Rodgers has also asked to be reassigned.
Prosecutors will step up focus on financial crimes and prioritize efforts to stop violent crime.
The Justice Department Criminal Division’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act unit resembled a start-up under Mark Mendelsohn in the mid 2000s; Chuck Duross began to institutionalize its procedures. What’s in store for new leader Patrick Stokes?
The three former telecoms employees have been charged with FCPA violations by the SEC over conduct in Macedonia.
The U.S. is seeking to compel a holding company with ties to Chinese mega-construction firm Sany Group to sell a wind farm near sensitive military sites in Oregon.
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.
The Texas Republican doesn’t think federal officials found in contempt of Congress should be able to collect their paychecks.
Amy Jeffress was most recently the Justice Department’s attaché to the U.S. Embassy in London.
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.
Houston-based Hyperdynamics had no oil exploration experience when it won a massive off-shore concession in 2006 from then-Guinean dictator Lansana Conté.
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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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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Six Alstom executives have now been implicated in a corruption scheme that may also ensnare the parent company and its subsidiaries.