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 Jeffrey Benzing | May 6th, 2013

The DPA was originally set to expire last year.

By Douglas Gillison | April 22nd, 2013

The Enforcement Division duo replace Robert S. Khuzami, who stepped down in February.

By David Stout | April 22nd, 2013

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

By David Stout | February 19th, 2013

Members of the Riga City Council are said to be implicated in the latest embarrassment for the German company.

By David Stout | January 29th, 2013

Just how vigorous is enforcement against individuals, especially if they work for public companies?

By Douglas Gillison | January 16th, 2013

The New York think tank, best known as a clearinghouse for policy ideas in the administration of former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, wades into the debate on proposed FCPA amendments.

By David Stout | January 9th, 2013

A robust compliance program can keep a company out of big trouble.

By Douglas Gillison and Jeffrey Benzing | December 21st, 2012

Khuzami leaves the SEC after a period of reinvention following the financial crisis and Madoff scandal.

By Jeffrey Benzing | December 11th, 2012

The SEC has 30 days to amend its complaint. Monetary penalties and injunctive relief are at issue.

By Jeffrey Benzing | December 7th, 2012

In a hearing in Houston today, the SEC and lawyers for two Noble Corp. executives offered greatly different interpretations of a “facilitation payment.”

By Douglas Gillison | November 21st, 2012

The human rights organization, which has worked to expose the extent of international crimes and weapons proliferation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, says the new rule is key to its own ethical investment strategies.

By David Stout | November 16th, 2012

Compliance spending is getting out of hand, but don’t worry. Or don’t worry too much.

By Jeffrey Benzing | November 5th, 2012

Former Control Components Inc. President Stuart Carson and his wife, Hong “Rose” Carson, were sentenced in California by Judge James V. Selna.

By Main Justice staff | November 2nd, 2012

The alternative jurisdiction provision gives the U.S. a seemingly tenuous - but legal — nexus for charging FCPA conduct by personnel located and operating entirely outside the United States who are not even using a U.S. bank account.

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.

Mary B. Jacoby

Mary Jacoby is the founder of Main Justice and Editor-in-Chief of Just Anti-Corruption.

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