There is still the (dangerous) myth — especially in media and sometimes at enforcement agencies — that compliance has failed when a company reports acts of misconduct.… Continue Reading
I witnessed an amazing era of development in Kazakhstan when I moved to Almaty in 1994 as a legal advisor on a USAID-sponsored legal reform project.
Despite the great promise of those earlier years, this ex-Soviet republic with huge oil and metal deposits and a once-thriving exports with China and Russia is now facing a prolonged economic slump.… Continue Reading
A daily news show on CCTV America dealt Tuesday with the DOJ’s civil and criminal asset forfeiture cases.
The show’s host, Anand Naidoo, formerly an anchor for CNN International, said forfeiture “is a legal tool that gives U.S.… Continue Reading
A former regional director of enterprise software firm SAP International Inc. was sentenced to prison Wednesday for bribing officials in Panama to win government technology contracts.
Vicente Eduardo Garcia, 65, of Miami, was ordered to serve 22 months when he appeared before federal judge Charles Breyer in Northern California.… Continue Reading