Nearly 100 percent of the FCPA Blog’s readers have experienced traveling in a car when it broke down. But how many have experienced a commercial airplane breakdown while in flight? Almost zero percent.… Continue Reading
Driven by the complexity and international dimension of investigations, countries increasingly resort to settlements, rather than traditional justice, to solve foreign bribery allegations.
In 2014, the OECD reported that 69 percent of the cases successfully concluded by member countries since the adoption of the Anti-bribery Convention were resolved through a settlement.… Continue Reading
Two Singaporean executives of Glenn Defense Marine Asia pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday for submitting bogus bids, phony claims, and inflated invoices to the U.S. Navy.
Neil Peterson, 39, and Linda Raja, 44, were arrested by authorities in Singapore at the request of the U.S.… Continue Reading