By Douglas Gillison | August 7th, 2013

U.S. District Judge Richard J. Sullivan refused a request to delay the start of their depositions until after the criminal statute of limitations in the foreign bribery case has expired.

By Douglas Gillison | August 6th, 2013

Five years after uncovering potentially corrupt payments in Russia, the struggling vault, ATM and voting machine maker says it has reached a tentative agreement with U.S. enforcers.

By Douglas Gillison | July 31st, 2013

The French oil giant was scrutinized in a broader probe of oil industry dealings in Gadhafi-era Libya.

By | July 19th, 2013

Paris prosecutors filed an appeal on Thursday in the U.N. oil-for-food case, saying French energy group Total should be retried for bribery in the scandal involving illegal payments to Saddam Hussein’s government.

By Upstream | July 11th, 2013

Beleaguered Italian offshore contractor Saipem reportedly faces a €600,000 fine and confiscation of assets worth €24.5 million after being found guilty of international corruption in Nigeria.

By Douglas Gillison | July 9th, 2013

Today’s order said the stay would remain in effect on condition that Harvard Holdings filed its appeal by Sept. 3.

By Douglas Gillison | July 8th, 2013

After parting ways with Allen & Overy in London, ex-Alcoa agent and accused fraudster bids farewell to the firm in a related lawsuit in Pennsylvania.

By Douglas Gillison | June 27th, 2013

If genuine, the document would draw a line from suspected corruption to the highest levels of management in a potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act criminal matter.

By Sarah Whites-Koditschek | June 20th, 2013

Report recommends greater whistle-blower protections and corporate liability for state-owned enterprises, an increased focus on money-laundering and a renewed emphasis on investigation.

By Douglas Gillison | June 13th, 2013

But defrauded Czech investors received an immediate stay from the New York Supreme Court appellate division.

By Jeffrey Benzing | May 24th, 2013

The SEC asked the Swedish telecommunications company in March for information on anti-corruption compliance.

By New York Times | May 19th, 2013

Inside companies, widespread knowledge of corruption in Africa, Europe, Middle East and India.

By Jeffrey Benzing | April 18th, 2013

The telecom company is under investigation in Sweden over allegations of bribery in Uzbekistan.

By Douglas Gillison | April 18th, 2013

The case continues litigation by foreign bribery defendants this year focusing on U.S. jurisdiction over foreign nationals and could help define the reach of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act for conduct in companies operating almost entirely outside the United States.

By Douglas Gillison | April 15th, 2013

The civil penalty may turn out to be the marquee achievement of the government’s pursuit of individuals in the Siemens case.

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