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by Andrew Ramonas | December 16th, 2010

Former lobbyist Kevin Ring was convicted in November on conspiracy, providing illegal gratuities and honest services wire fraud charges. UPDATED: 1:02 p.m.

by Andrew Ramonas | January 17th, 2011

Former lobbyist Kevin Ring was convicted in November on charges of conspiracy, providing illegal gratuities and honest services wire fraud.

by Andrew Ramonas | January 27th, 2011

The lawyer served in the Justice Department Tax Division from 1990 to 2004.

by Ryan Holeywell | August 19th, 2010

British defense contractor BAE faced action from both the Justice Department and the UK’s Serious Fraud Office, as did Delaware-based chemicals manufacturer Innospec. When German engineering giant Siemens faced enforcement from Justice, it also was under the thumb of Germany’s Munich Public Prosecutor’s Office.

by Christopher M. Matthews | September 28th, 2010

The former chief of staff to a member of Congress will no longer appear as a witness for the prosecution.

by Aruna Viswanatha | October 4th, 2010

The International Bar Association surveyed around 650 lawyers from 95 jurisdictions on their knowledge of international anti-bribery tools and about corruption within their own profession.

by Mary Jacoby | January 22nd, 2011

Homer Moyer of Miller & Chevalier Chartered in Washington, D.C., says companies now will have to deal with the U.S. Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission as well as the U.K. Serious Fraud Office or its successor when faced with a foreign bribery probe.

by Lisa Brennan | February 4th, 2011

The names of the shippers under investigation for bribery haven’t previously been reported. The industry-wide probe stems from U.S. scrutiny of Swiss logistics giant Panalpina World Transport (Holding) Ltd. and its customers.

by Aruna Viswanatha | February 8th, 2011

Levick Strategic Communications hired a former Transparency International-USA policy director to set up the new practice.

Whistleblower Provisions: Michael Levy of Bingham McCutchen LLP said he hopes the SEC will write rules for the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory law that require whistleblowers to take complaints to their employers before going to the agency.

Mary B. Jacoby

Mary Jacoby is the founder of Main Justice.

Christopher M. Matthews

Chris covers corruption and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.