Richard L. Cassin | Editor at large
Richard L. Cassin is the founder of the FCPA Blog. He serves as editor at large.
Swedish telecom Ericsson agreed Friday to pay the DOJ and SEC over $1 billion in one of the biggest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions
Four federal agencies and state bank regulators said Tuesday that banks are no longer required to file suspicious activity reports for customers solely because they’re
FCPA-related jury trials are rare. In some years there might be one but in many years there are none. This year, however, there were three,
The SFO’s decade-long investigation of Paris-based Alstom ended Monday with the sentencing of a UK subsidiary for bribery in Tunisia.
Apple, Inc. agreed Monday to pay $467,000 to settle violations of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Sanctions Regulations after its screening tool failed to detect a
The former president of a Maryland-based transportation company was convicted Friday of bribing a Russian official in exchange for contracts to deliver nuclear materials to
One of the world’s biggest shipbuilders agreed Friday to pay $75 million in total penalties to resolve criminal FCPA offenses in Brazil.
The DOJ unsealed an indictment Wednesday charging the former chief executive officer of Braskem S.A. with helping his company and Odebrecht S.A. amass a giant
Interpol has 194 member countries. They can all request Red Notices and most of them have. How is it then that just one member —