The name alone says a lot: Motion to Dismiss the Indictment With Prejudice Due to Repeated and Intentional Government Misconduct.
In a filing this week, the Lindsey defendants and Steve Lee argued for dismissal of the case against them.… Continue Reading
Innospec’s former agent who pleaded guilty last year to an FCPA conspiracy won’t be sentenced until September and maybe a lot later.
According to a recent court filing, Ousama Naaman has raised new evidence that may be classified, and there are new questions about how he spent some of the bribe money.… Continue Reading
Ellen Podgor on her White Collar Crime Prof Blog posted commentary called Murdoch and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: A Minefield.
As usual from Podgor, a professor at Stetson Law, it’s a thoughtful post, full of the practical wisdom and technical knowledge that sets her apart.… Continue Reading
Bloomberg’s David Glovin reported this month that Viktor Kozeny’s Swiss lawyer who pleaded guilty in the U.S. to conspiracy to launder money was appointed to the board of “a Swiss bank that the government said he used in the criminal scheme.”… Continue Reading
Eighteen senior government officials from Afghanistan will receive anti-corruption training in Singapore through an international aid package.
A report last week by Channel News Asia said the week-long training program is part of a $1 million technical assistance package that Singapore pledged at the International Conference on Reconstruction Assistance to Afghanistan.… Continue Reading