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By Stephen Dockery | September 22nd, 2014

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

By Stephen Dockery | September 11th, 2014

HP first reached an FCPA settlement with the U.S. government in April over the conduct of three of its subsidiaries.

By Bloomberg | September 11th, 2014

Eni settled Foreign Corrupt Practices Act allegations in 2010 with the Justice Department.

By Stephen Dockery | September 11th, 2014

A response to the defendants’ letter rogatory underlines the difficulty of collecting international evidence in foreign bribery cases.

By Stephen Dockery | September 9th, 2014

HP settled foreign bribery allegations in April regarding its operations in Russia, Poland and Mexico.

By Stephen Dockery | September 8th, 2014

The company says its compliance with the government helped bring the corruption investigation to a close.

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 Stephen Dockery | September 4th, 2014

A confidentiality agreement between the British-Australian mining company and Brazil’s Vale SA mandates the United Kingdom as the primary venue for resolving disputes.

By Stephen Dockery | August 18th, 2014

Mohamed bin Issa al-Jaber dropped his suit against White & Case in October and the New York Supreme Court allowed the firm’s counterclaim to continue.

By Stephen Dockery | August 5th, 2014

An appeals court dismissed Pemex’s RICO claim last month, ruling the case did not have a U.S. tie.

By Stephen Dockery | July 31st, 2014

The German company first disclosed its foreign corruption investigation in 2012.

By Stephen Dockery | July 28th, 2014

Bernd Kowalewski is required to live with an Oklahoma resident while awaiting sentencing in Tulsa.

By Stephen Dockery | July 24th, 2014

Bernd Kowalewski is one of two individuals charged in the Justice Department’s BizJet bribery case who were living beyond U.S. reach.

By Stephen Dockery | July 24th, 2014

The U.K. brought the charges against the embattled French engineering and power giant under its 1906 Prevention of Corruption Act.

By Stephen Dockery | July 17th, 2014

Hungarian national Tamas Morvai was the least willing of all three defendants to be deposed in the U.S. in July.

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