Diebold spends $1 million on Q4 FCPA-related costs and sees an operating loss in part due to a settlement accrual.
The company will pay almost $30 million to resolve allegations of bribery in China, Russia, Brazil and Poland.
The cases of several Chinese officials demonstrate the dangers of too much power.
Central European Distribution Corp. refutes claims by its interim president that its executives are being probed for foreign bribery violations.
The decision, which forgoes lengthy punishments in light of remedial actions, is the first of this kind to be taken by the Sanctions Board and appears explicitly modeled on the non-prosecution and deferred prosecution agreements used by the U.S. Justice Department to resolve foreign bribery cases. UPDATED Oct. 15, 2012 with a correction and amplification.
Is it a problem for a Western-owned hotel company to be building new facilities near Russian rail stations, on land purchased by the son of the head of the state-owned Russian Railways?
The technology company paid $900,000 in legal fees in the first quarter of 2012.
A high official in a long-suffering country battles poverty, in his own way.
When the Danish pharmaceutical company stopped using distributors in part because they didn’t fit anti-corruption compliance requirements, Russian authorities hit the drug-maker with a fine.
Two remaining defendants in the Control Components case have little chance, an FCPA specialist opines.
News Outdoor Russia reportedly put Putin’s images free of charge on its billboards – providing an obvious political benefit to Putin and perhaps crossing the line into an FCPA violation.
BEST FCPA LAWYERS PRACTICE GROUP OF THE YEAR. Main Justice held an awards luncheon in Washington, D.C., to honor top firms in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act arena. This video shows announcement of the finalists and winner in the Practice Group of the Year category.