After a chain of events that British media is prohibited from reporting due to laws protecting defendants from pre-trial publicity, Victor Dahdaleh is now to stand trial in November in London.
Aluminum giant Alcoa Inc. is alleged to have used the Canadian-British businessman as a conduit for bribes to Bahraini officials.
Allen & Overy LLP partner John Terzaken said cartel investigations of the auto-parts industry will likely remain a focus, which could help make 2013 another record year for collection of penalties.
John F. Terzaken will leave his post as the Antitrust Division’s Director of Criminal Enforcement for Allen & Overy in Washington, D.C.
The Pittsburgh-based aluminum producer said any settlement of the government’s long-running foreign bribery probes could involve monetary amounts “material in a particular period” to Alcoa’s operating results.
Twenty-five year DOJ veteran John Roth is an expert in terrorist financing.
A United Kingdom court has granted Canadian-British businessman Victor Dahdaleh’s request to lighten the conditions of his bail.
The charge sheet obtained by Just Anti-Corruption details the bribery allegations against former Alcoa agent Victor Dahdaleh. A U.K. court on Monday set his bail at £10 million, or approximately $16 million,
“What you have are highly motivated, very accomplished people who start out as prosecutors for the Southern District of New York and go on to take prominent roles in government, at companies and in private practice,” said Marcus Asner, a partner in Arnold & Porter’s New York office who left the SDNY office in 2008.
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.
“It ought to be a lesson to people who work on the Hill that when you’re pushing things too far you give up the only power you really have." -- Former DOJ Public Affairs Director Matt Miller on how congressional Republicans lost power over Eric Holder.