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.

By Marisa Iati | March 3rd, 2015

The fiber optics manufacturer is investigating potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations in Angola, Portugal, Thailand and India.

By Marisa Iati | February 26th, 2015

The Houston-based energy drilling services company had previously disclosed investigations into potential foreign bribery violations in Russia and Mexico.

By Josh Kovensky | February 25th, 2015

Faced with the possibility of continuing as the lone defendant in Rio Tinto’s New York lawsuit alleging corruption in a Guinean mining deal, Vale SA has ask for court approval to seek documents surrounding alleged bribes paid by Beny Steinmetz Resources Group Ltd.

By Marisa Iati | February 23rd, 2015

The Indianapolis-based pharmaceuticals company in December 2012 had resolved allegations from the SEC regarding conduct in Brazil, China, Poland and Russia.

By Dylan Tokar | February 20th, 2015

Hans-Joachim Prieß, a specialist in EU public procurement law at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in Berlin, explained how under new legislation companies that “self-clean” following a foreign bribery conviction may be able to remain eligible for publicly funded contracts in the EU.

By Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP | February 6th, 2015

In recent years, the broad interpretation of the scope of certain laws and regulations, especially in corruption, economic sanctions and money laundering cases, has increased the number of cases in which an individual or legal entity is prosecuted and possibly sanctioned twice for the same set of facts — especially in situations in which U.S. authorities have secured an NPA, DPA or guilty plea.

By | January 28th, 2015

British prosecutors are investigating whether subsidiaries of Alstom, the French power and transport company at the centre of an international corruption inquiry, committed offenses in Hungary, a London court heard on Wednesday.

By A&L Goodbody | January 22nd, 2015

In 2015 Ireland is due to enact anti-bribery laws similar to those in the UK and US. The new laws will place an onus on businesses to take a range of anti-bribery measures, including adopting anti-bribery policies.

By Main Justice staff | January 21st, 2015

The top deputy to Criminal Division chief Leslie Caldwell also mentioned Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prosecutions involving Alstom and former executives of PetroTiger Ltd.

By Dylan Tokar | January 5th, 2015

Banks with branches in the UAE and Jordan also also must comply with the Motorola Credit Corp. discovery requests in long-running litigation to recoup damages from a 1990s-era fraud.

By Debevoise & Plimpton LLP | January 5th, 2015

The Netherlands’ resolution and the related matters highlight the increasing potential for high-impact parallel anti-corruption investigations and resolutions by multiple affected countries.

By Dylan Tokar | January 5th, 2015

Lawrence Hoskins must let a jury decide the facts of the matter, U.S. District Judge Janet Arterton ruled.

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