Last week, Judge Keith P. Ellison signed Jack Stanley's latest sentencing delay (the eleventh by our count).
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What law firms and lawyers represented the companies from our list of the top ten corproate FCPA settlements of all time?
In February, Tyson Foods settled FCPA offenses with the DOJ and the SEC for $5.2 million. The offenses related to illegal payments by company representatives to government-employed inspection veterinarians in Mexico, and a cover-up of the payments.
With yesterday's $218.8 million criminal fine, JGC joins the top ten FCPA cases of all time. Nine now involved non-U.S. companies, and the oldest -- Siemens from December 2008 -- is still the biggest.
For the tenth time, Jack Stanley's final sentencing has been delayed, this time until June 23.
Japan-based construction firm JGC Corporation -- the last of four partners who together paid $180 million in bribes to Nigerian officials -- will pay a $218.8 million criminal penalty to resolve FCPA-related charges.
There's been a lot of talk lately about the DOJ's "expansive enforcement practices," and practically none about the SEC's. So let's get started by taking a look at a remedy the SEC uses in most FCPA cases: disgorgement.
Jeffrey Tesler, the British lawyer accused of helping KBR and its partners bribe Nigerian officials, will plead guilty in Houston federal court Friday, according to his lawyer, Bradley Simon.
The British lawyer accused by American authorities of helping KBR and its partners bribe Nigerian officials said last week he's giving up his fight against extradition to the United States.
KBR's wholly-owned subsidiary, M.W. Kellogg Limited, has settled civil corruption charges with the U.K. Serious Fraud Office.
KBR's former CEO, Albert "Jack" Stanley, left, who presided over a $180 million oversees bribery scheme, won't be sentenced until at least March 30.
The London lawyer accused by American authorities of helping KBR and its partners bribe Nigerian officials lost his battle against extradition yesterday.