By Mary Jacoby | September 23rd, 2014

A resident at all relevant times of South Korea, the former executive seeks to challenge the charges without submitting himself to U.S. jurisdiction; indeed, he argues that the FCPA and Travel Act allegations don’t apply extraterritorially.

By ernst | September 23rd, 2014

Companies with an international footprint must create smart risk-based compliance programs that take into account the proliferation of new foreign anti-corruption statutes.

By Stephen Dockery | September 22nd, 2014

General Cable first disclosed its review of Angolan payments in January.

By Stephen Dockery | September 15th, 2014

William Pomponi pleaded guilty in July to conspiracy to violate the FCPA.

By Reuters | September 9th, 2014

GSK’s alleged bribery problems may be more extensive than initially thought.

By The Financial Times | September 8th, 2014

Alstom is being investigated by a number of countries for bribery around the world including the U.K.

By Reuters | September 8th, 2014

Rolls-Royce is under a bribery and corruption investigation for its Asian business dealings.

By Ropes & Gray LLP | September 4th, 2014

The SEC may be seeking to expand its authority with this enforcement action to establish precedent that the mere failure of a public company to have an adequate anticorruption compliance program could constitute a securities law violation. The settlement also shows that SMEs are no longer under the radar.

By McClatchy | September 4th, 2014

The government has a pending kelptocracy action against Chun Doo-hwan attempting to forfeit the former strongman’s assets.

By Bloomberg | September 4th, 2014

The SFO arrested two men in the corruption probe in February.

By Stephen Dockery | September 3rd, 2014

The opposition to Lawrence Hoskins’s motion to dismiss offers a rare glimpse into the government’s view of mostly untested areas of the foreign anti-bribery law.

By Zuckerman Spaeder LLP | August 28th, 2014

Five takeaways from the Second Circuit’s decision that the district court was justified in dismissing Liu’s claim

By Stephen Dockery | August 27th, 2014

The U.S. kleptocracy action is being contested by the family of former South Korean strongman Chun Doo-hwan.

By Stephen Dockery | August 14th, 2014

A Taiwanese citizen working in China for a Germany company who is fired for reporting allegedly corrupt contracts in North Korea isn’t covered by United States anti-retaliation whistleblower protections, the Second Circuit rules.

By Alex Hosenball | August 14th, 2014

Following an informal inquiry into corruption made by Veraz Networks Inc. prior to its acquisition by Dialogic.

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