U.S. exporters are increasingly being duped into selling to end users in Iran, China and other restricted countries that seek illegally to acquire U.S. technology or get around export bans.
The Justice Department has persisted with an irrational strategy of repeatedly making the same losing argument in its effort to frustrate landowners’ right to be paid for that property which the federal government has taken under the National Trails System Act.
The foreign bribery conviction of a sales agent in the Lindsey Manufacturing Co. case will be vacated if the dismissal of the indictment against the Azuza, Calif.-company and two of its executives stands.
Terree Bowers worked in the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Central District of California as head of the office and as special counselor to the U.S. Attorney.
Will a choice parking space be enough to keep employees from squealing to the Securities and Exchange Commission?
Congress has not yet appropriated the money the SEC needs to staff the program created by the Dodd-Frank law, but the agency continues to receive tips through a separate office. UPDATED 6:16 p.m.
Two former Securities and Exchange Commission lawyers now at Arent Fox LLP suggested the securities regulator adopt a rule that prohibits it from sending tipsters back to their companies to look around for more information.
Criminal defense lawyers with Foreign Corrupt Practices Act experience on their resumes are much in demand as the Department of Justice steps up its enforcement.
A provision in the financial regulatory bill would create a “whistleblower bounty” program that would allow the Securities and Exchange Commission to give whistleblowers who report securities violations — including some violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act — awards of up to 30 percent of any settlement.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and financial fraud partner Mark Radke joins four new white collar partners the firm recruited in March.
A provision in the financial regulatory measure currently before Congress would allow the Securities and Exchange Commission to award whistleblowers up to 30 percent of a settlement for tips about securities violations — including potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practice Act.
The former U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California and a former Assistant U.S. Attorney joined the firm’s white collar defense practice.
The motion today to drop espionage charges against former American Israel Public Affairs Committee lobbyists Steven J. Rosen and Keith Weissman was another embarrassing failure for the government. Does this mean Rep. Jane Harman, under fire for reportedly offering to help the accused AIPAC officials, is off the hook politically?
"Are you saying there was no paper trail here?" - Rep. Tom Marino (R-Pa.) to AG Eric Holder about his undocumented recusal in the Associated Press leak probe.