Europe
By Dylan Tokar | June 22nd, 2015

Renault Trucks, Schneider Electric, the industrial group Legrand and other French companies, along with several of their executives, were acquitted at the Paris Court of First Instance on May 28 for foreign bribery charges in connection with the United Nations oil-for-food program in Iraq.

By Marisa Iati | June 17th, 2015

The assistant attorney general for the Criminal Division on Monday said the United States should work with other nations to promote ethical international commerce.

By Marisa Iati | June 5th, 2015

The U.S. is now acknowledging that investigators are looking at the awarding of the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 World Cup to Qatar while Sepp Blatter, as he prepares to step down from leadership of FIFA,

By Dylan Tokar | May 28th, 2015

The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday dropped a global bombshell with the unveiling of its massive corruption and racketeering case against members of FIFA, the world governing body of international soccer.
There were no Foreign Corrupt Practices Act charges, but in the eyes of many American commentators, new U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch advanced both [...]

By Marisa Iati | May 21st, 2015

James Tillen of Miller & Chevalier Chartered said the case represents an unconventional books-and-records charge because it involves the company’s internal forms.

By Marisa Iati | May 18th, 2015

The auto parts manufacturer said it is investigating allegations of bribery by its subsidiaries in Poland and Ukraine.

By Marisa Iati | May 8th, 2015

Anti-corruption campaigners pressured the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to dump Richard Alderman, saying his appointment didn’t “instill confidence.”

By Josh Kovensky | April 24th, 2015

At the hearing on Friday, Judge Breyer immediately expressed his disbelief at the charges, saying that the government had neither jurisdiction nor good reason to go after the alleged bribery scheme.

By Marisa Iati | April 23rd, 2015

The life sciences research company is fighting a request from shareholders to look at documents related to alleged bribery in Russia, Vietnam and Thailand.

By Marisa Iati | April 17th, 2015

The newest reports on Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Australia are the latest of the international economic organisation’s studies of anti-bribery efforts around the globe.

By Marisa Iati | April 13th, 2015

The Dutch aerospace provider said U.S. District Judge Richard Leon’s refusal to approve its settlement agreement denies Fokker what it thought it was getting: a “full and final resolution.”

By Josh Kovensky | April 8th, 2015

The most wide-ranging of the three requests looks to gain documents from investigation firms based in the United Kingdom.

By Dylan Tokar | March 26th, 2015

The three-year agreement was extended until December after the Department of Justice asked the French telecommunications company to work for an additional six month with its corporate compliance monitor.

By Dylan Tokar | March 23rd, 2015

The report released Friday by the OECD Working Group on Bribery evaluates Greece’s progress in implementing the organization’s foreign anti-bribery convention.

By Main Justice staff | March 11th, 2015

The probe of Hellenic Telecommunications contracts dates to the early 1990s, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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