By Douglas Gillison | November 1st, 2012


By Douglas Gillison | November 1st, 2012

Others may follow after senior management were axed in connection with a bribery probe, according to the cosmetics company.

By Douglas Gillison | October 31st, 2012


By Douglas Gillison | October 23rd, 2012

Judge Gonzalez orders both sides back to court to discuss a discovery process that has seen sensational developments this year.

By Douglas Gillison | October 15th, 2012

Prosecutors want Hong “Rose” Carson, the former China and Taiwan sales director of Control Components Inc., to serve six months of home confinement and pay a $20,000 fine for authorizing bribery in Taiwan.

By Douglas Gillison | October 9th, 2012

Six months after averting prosecution for a rogue employee’s corruption in China, the financial services giant Morgan Stanley took a victory lap on Tuesday. It held a webinar to discuss the case joined by its law firm, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP.

By Jeffrey Benzing | September 27th, 2012


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By Jeffrey Benzing | September 14th, 2012

The casino company is being sued by the former head of its China subsidiary, whose allegations have sparked Foreign Corrupt Practices Act probes by the U.S.

By Douglas Gillison | September 18th, 2012

These paper tax receipts are ripe for abuse and should be scrutinized for corruption risk.

By Douglas Gillison | September 7th, 2012

Cosgrove is the former sales executive at the California valve company Control Components Inc. who pleaded guilty in May to a single count of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by authorizing bribes in China.

By David Stout | September 5th, 2012

Are American authorities reaching for the stars in enforcing the anti-bribery law?

By Jeffrey Benzing | September 4th, 2012

The company has fired employees in China and eliminated a gift giving policy.

By Jeffrey Benzing | September 6th, 2012

Was the law in Macau a hurdle or a shield?

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