By Reuters | May 20th, 2013

Britain’s parliament will this week consider whether to probe the transparency of oil and mining firms listed in London, an issue highlighted by corruption probes at emerging market miners which lawmakers fear have dented the stock market’s reputation.

By Douglas Gillison | May 16th, 2013

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.

By The Financial Times | May 13th, 2013

A prominent member of the Saudi royal family is at the heart of a US criminal probe into whether Barclays made improper payments in the kingdom, with investigators scrutinising two separate incidents linked to a son of King Abdullah.

Debevoise Joins Fulcrum in ENRC Corruption Review
By Wall Street Journal | May 9th, 2013

U.K.-listed miner Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. has hired two law firms to review the conclusions of an internal investigation into whistleblower allegations conducted by law firm Dechert LLP, as ENRC is investigated over allegations of fraud and corruption.

By Douglas Gillison | May 9th, 2013

News Corp.’s legal bills from the bribery and hacking investigations are down a third over the same period last year.

By Jeffrey Benzing | May 8th, 2013

DPAs are a reality, but the details are still being hammered out.

By Douglas Gillison | May 8th, 2013

Aluminum giant Alcoa Inc. is alleged to have used the Canadian-British businessman as a conduit for bribes to Bahraini officials.

By Douglas Gillison | April 25th, 2013

The Serious Fraud Office says it will examine allegations of fraud and corruption in the company’s operations in Kazakhstan and Africa.

By David Stout | April 22nd, 2013

Tough enforcement is coming soon, a British insider says, citing a law making its way through Parliament.

By Main Justice staff | April 17th, 2013
By Jeffrey Benzing | April 15th, 2013

Patrick Rappo, who was co-head of anti-corruption enforcement at the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office, is now a partner in the firm’s London office.

By Douglas Gillison | April 12th, 2013

Two years after he took on an internal probe for the company, Dechert’s Neil Gerrard is discharged as outside counsel by ENRC, the FTSE 100 miner.

By Douglas Gillison | March 11th, 2013

Two cooperating defendants at the California valve company Control Components Inc. were shown comparative leniency today as a federal judge imposed sentences of three years’ probation and three month’s home confinement for their roles in the company’s widespread foreign bribery.
Richard Morlok, the company’s former finance director, was also ordered to pay a $5,000 fine and [...]

By Douglas Gillison | March 8th, 2013

Former SFO Director Richard Alderman is subjected to pitiless hammering in Parliament for his handling of bonuses for the agency’s staff.

By Douglas Gillison | February 25th, 2013

CCI’s Former Finance Director Richard Morlok was an early whistleblower who made the government’s entire case possible, defense lawyers say.

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