By Jeffrey Benzing | June 11th, 2012

Manuel Salvoch has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for his part in a scheme to bribe Honduran officials to keep telecommunication business for the Miami-based Latin Node Inc.

By Rachel G. Jackson | June 11th, 2012

A device manufacturer faces ongoing inquiries into a Danish subsidiary.

By Matthew Volkov | June 11th, 2012

Paul Jennings pleaded guilty in the United Kingdom to two counts of conspiracy to corrupt Monday.

By Rachel G. Jackson | June 6th, 2012

David Edmonds, who will go to trial this month on foreign bribery charges, had proposed expert testimony discussing who qualifies as a foreign official under U.S. law.

By Main Justice staff | June 5th, 2012

Newly released FBI documents show the federal government secretly indicted Greek arms dealer Basil Tsakos in 1985 on charges of bribing then-Sen. Mark O. Hatfield of Oregon, The Oregonian newspaper reported.

By Rachel G. Jackson | June 5th, 2012

World Bank President Robert Zoellick also discussed the use of negotiated settlements to resolve allegations of corruption on bank projects as he kicked off the second International Corruption Hunters Alliance meeting.

By Matthew Volkov | June 4th, 2012

Duperval will appeal his 9 year prison sentence after being convicted for conspiring to launder a half million dollars worth of bribes.

By Rachel G. Jackson | June 1st, 2012

In a point-by-point response to the business lobby’s suggestions for FCPA guidance, several NGOs point to hypocrisy on beneficial ownership.

By Rachel G. Jackson | May 29th, 2012

The defendant is the sixth former executive of Control Components Inc. to plead guilty to FCPA charges in the California foreign bribery case. UPDATED 5/30.

By Main Justice staff | May 29th, 2012
By Rachel G. Jackson | May 26th, 2012

The filing of the voluntary dismissal, late on the evening before a long holiday weekend, appeared timed to minimize media attention. UPDATE: 5/27.

By Jeffrey Benzing | May 24th, 2012

After a National Guard staff sergeant was arrested with a bundle of firearms, the Justice Department has announced the dismantling of a network to smuggle prohibited guns to China.

By Rachel G. Jackson | May 24th, 2012

A defendant charged with violating U.S. foreign bribery law indicated he may plead guilty rather than going to trial. UPDATED 3:23 p.m.

By Jeffrey Benzing | May 24th, 2012

A Chinese business man visiting his company’s Massachusetts headquarters was arrested Tuesday on charges that he had shipped thousands of pressure transducers to unauthorized buyers.

By David Stout | May 22nd, 2012

Two remaining defendants in the Control Components case have little chance, an FCPA specialist opines.

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