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Entries in Lindsey Manufacturing (58)


'Majority' Report

With the DOJ’s brief in the Lindsey Manufacturing case as a guide, defining who is or is not a foreign official in the eyes of the DOJ just became clearer.

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What Is An 'Instrumentality Thereof'? Let’s Keep It Real

We finally have an opportunity to resolve what many commentators suggest is an intractable issue -- the definition of “instrumentality thereof” as used in the FCPA, and as applied to foreign state-owned-enterprises.

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More Defendants Challenge 'Foreign Official'

Three more defendants in a high profile FCPA prosecution in federal court in California filed a motion yesterday to dismiss the indictment against them on the grounds that the FCPA doesn't apply to officers and employees of state-owned entities.

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On The Record With Lindsey Defense Counsel

Jan Handzlik, who's defending Lindsey Manufacturing and Dr. Keith Lindsey in their upcoming LA trial, answered some questions for us about what's been happening.

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Sparks Fly Before LA Trial

Last week, the DOJ tried to open what it said was a "new" investigation before a grand jury, by calling five witnesses to testify today, including four current Lindsey employees and the wife of defendant Keith Lindsey.

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Why She Can't Be Free

We're not sure, metaphysically, how blessings are turned into curses. But we imagine Angela Aguilar must be asking herself that question a lot these days.

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Check, Please

An FBI affidavit says Enrique Aguilar made a deal to buy a new car. His wife Angela then wrote a check on February 16, 2007 to Ferrari of Beverly Hills for $297,500. Then, the government says, they gave the car to an official from CFE, the Mexican state-owned electric utility.

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California Company, Two Execs Charged In Mexico Utility Case

The DOJ on Thursday said California-based Lindsey Manufacturing Company and two its executives were indicted for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to bribe officials at Mexico's state-owned utility, the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE).

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