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By Jeffrey Benzing | July 18th, 2012

The Nordam Group Inc., a Tulsa-based airline maintenance company, has agreed to pay a $2 million penalty and enter into a non-prosecution agreement to resolve violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act related to bribes paid to government-controlled airlines in China.

By Jeffrey Benzing | July 8th, 2012

An auditor’s travails highlight the problem of Chinese state secrecy laws for Western law and accounting firms.

By Jeffrey Benzing | June 28th, 2012

Parent company United Technologies Corporation and another subsidiary joined the engine maker in paying $75 million to settle charges with the Justice and State Departments.

By David Stout | June 27th, 2012

A high official in a long-suffering country battles poverty, in his own way.

By Rachel G. Jackson | May 29th, 2012

The defendant is the sixth former executive of Control Components Inc. to plead guilty to FCPA charges in the California foreign bribery case. UPDATED 5/30.

By Main Justice staff | May 25th, 2012
By Jeffrey Benzing | May 24th, 2012

After a National Guard staff sergeant was arrested with a bundle of firearms, the Justice Department has announced the dismantling of a network to smuggle prohibited guns to China.

By Main Justice staff | May 24th, 2012
By Jeffrey Benzing | May 24th, 2012

A Chinese business man visiting his company’s Massachusetts headquarters was arrested Tuesday on charges that he had shipped thousands of pressure transducers to unauthorized buyers.

By David Stout | May 22nd, 2012

Two remaining defendants in the Control Components case have little chance, an FCPA specialist opines.

By New York Times | May 21st, 2012
By Jeffrey Benzing | June 7th, 2012

With the movie industry’s growth coming in China, India, Brazil and other corruption-prone areas of the world, expect to see the SEC’s inquiry broaden.

By Bloomberg | May 15th, 2012
By New York Times | May 1st, 2012

LOS ANGELES — Any foreign movie knocking on China’s door must pass through powerful gatekeepers — the China Film Group and its chief executive, Han Sanping.

By Main Justice staff | April 26th, 2012
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