The FIFA ethics committee has imposed eight-year suspensions on both the current and once-likely future presidents of FIFA. This effectively topples FIFA’s once-entrenched ruling hierarchy, and marks the most important achievements to date of the U.S.-led… Continue Reading
Brazilian prosecutors charged 12 people Thursday after a new probe into alleged bribery involving SBM Offshore and Petrobras.
Former SBM chief executive officers Anthony Mace and Didier Keller were charged with corruption and racketeering along with former senior vice president Robert Zubiate.… Continue Reading
Chevron scored another victory Wednesday in an ongoing legal battle tied to 20-year pollution case in Ecuador.
The Supreme Court of Gibraltar granted Chevron a $28 million award after issuing a judgment against Amazonia Recovery Ltd, a Gibraltar-based company established to receive and distribute funds resulting from a contentious 2011 Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron.… Continue Reading
The OECD is inviting papers from practitioners and academics, including graduate students, for the 2016 OECD Integrity Forum ‘Fighting the Hidden Tariff: Global Trade without Corruption’, to be held at the OECD, Paris, France on April 19 – 20, 2016.… Continue Reading
The Justice Department said Sunday two men were arrested last week for an alleged bribery scheme to win work from Venezuela’s state-owned energy company, Reuters reported.
Roberto Rincon was arrested Wednesday in Houston.… Continue Reading