By Jeffrey M. Kaplan
Anti-corruption auditing has become commonplace in the past few years, but as a general matter the audit process tends to occur too infrequently to serve as a company’s only form compliance “checking.”… Continue Reading
An FBI agent told a gathering of international law enforcement officials last week that several U.S. public companies are being investigated for bribery in Indonesia.
The company’s legal fees and costs for outside counsel conducting the investigation were $59 million in 2009, $95 million in 2010, and $22.5 for the first quarter of this year, said Henning, a Wayne State University Law School prof who writes the DealBook’s White Collar Watch.… Continue Reading
Should anyone be surprised by the guilty verdicts handed down Tuesday in the Lindsey case?
Not at all. History, and the odds, are always against FCPA defendants.
Others who’ve learned that in recent years include Gerald Green and his wife Patricia, Frederic Bourke, William Jefferson, David Kay, Douglas Murphy, and David Mead — all convicted by juries in FCPA cases.… Continue Reading
The jury handed down guilty verdicts today on all counts against all of the defendants on trial in the Lindsey case.
Lindsey Manufacturing, its CEO Dr. Keith Lindsey and CFO Steve K.… Continue Reading