By Stephen Dockery | June 4th, 2014

Lawrence Hoskins is one of four ex-Alstom executives who have been charged with foreign bribery charges related to Indonesian power projects.

By Stephen Dockery | June 3rd, 2014

The tipsters are the seventh and eighth whistleblowers to receive awards.

By Stephen Dockery | June 3rd, 2014

The SEC’s foreign bribery allegations against a current and former executive of the oil drilling company are slated to go to trial July 9 in Houston.

By Stephen Dockery | June 3rd, 2014

Zhenli Ye Gon, implicated in the laundering of some $47 million in suspected meth trafficking profits through Las Vegas Sands casinos, is challenging his requested extradition to Mexico.

By Wall Street Journal | June 2nd, 2014

An increasing number of federal judges have now ruled in support of the SEC’s whistleblower rule.

By Stephen Dockery | May 30th, 2014

Deposition testimony will be put under seal, but it must be given by July and in the United States, U.S. District Judge Richard J. Sullivan ruled Thursday, handing a victory to the SEC in its foreign bribery case.

By Stephen Dockery | May 30th, 2014

Stephanie Avakian previously worked for the SEC from 1995 to 1999.

By Stephen Dockery | May 29th, 2014

The instrumentality ruling has given the Justice Department a stronger position in making its foreign anti-bribery cases.

By Wall Street Journal | May 28th, 2014

The Securities and Exchange Commission quietly added to its calendar plans to rewrite a rule governing how oil, gas and mining companies will disclose the payments they make to foreign governments.
A notice posted on the SEC’s “Agency Rule List” for Spring 2014 at said the SEC intends to propose a rule by March 2015 [...]

By Bloomberg | May 28th, 2014

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world’s largest retailer, drew fresh criticism from shareholder-advisory firms over topics ranging from executive compensation to its handling of a foreign-bribery scandal.
Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. and Glass Lewis & Co. have both chided Wal-Mart in reports released over the past week, saying there are unanswered questions about probes into possible violations [...]

By BBC News | May 28th, 2014

The British company, which is already facing allegations of bribery in several countries, said it would “co-operate fully” with the SFO.

By Wall Street Journal | May 27th, 2014

Guinea stripped Beny Steinmetz Group Resources of a iron ore mining concession after an investigation found evidence of bribery.

By Stephen Dockery | May 27th, 2014

The Bahrain-owned aluminum manufacturer opposes the judge’s order for arbitration in London, where it won’t have the possibility of treble damages.

By Stephen Dockery | May 27th, 2014

The former Magyar Telekom executives have refused to testify until they are no longer at risk of criminal prosecution.

By Stephen Dockery | May 23rd, 2014

Foreign bribery charges were unsealed against Joseph Sigelman in January.

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