Another judge is on record against the kind of “bright line” definition that the business lobby would like to see.
An Australian man, extradited to the United Kingdom, was charged Wednesday in an ongoing foreign bribery case.
A former General Electric executive says he was fired for speaking up over possible FCPA violations in Iraq, according to a whistleblower suit.
A Dutch shipper pleaded guilty Monday to violating U.S. export law by helping ship goods from New Jersey to Iran.
In its motion, Alcoa said the law cited by its accuser doesn’t apply to overseas dealings.
Is a Western company caught up in a power struggle in one of the Middle East’s poorest countries?
A New York man trapped in a government sting operation pleaded guilty Wednesday to trying to illegally ship carbon fiber to Iran.
Following a landmark court action, Mabey Engineering Holdings will have to repay dividends earned illegally through a subsidiary.
A federal judge said at the sentencing hearing she would not make the defendant a “poster child” for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement.
One of the world’s largest insurance firms entered into a non-prosecution agreement with the Justice Department and a settlement with the SEC totaling nearly $16.3 million for alleged illicit conduct in seven countries.