Richard L. Cassin | Editor at large
Richard L. Cassin is the founder of the FCPA Blog. He serves as editor at large.
Last week produced the clearest evidence yet that global companies are shifting production away from China. Kearny’s annual Reshoring Index showed a “dramatic reversal” in
A former Alstom sales manager in the United States who helped the DOJ prosecute other company executives and testified at the trial of one of
Covid-19 has forced companies everywhere into survival mode. Executives, staff, and other workers are losing pay or being furloughed or pink slipped, and no one
In Newport, Oregon, police are asking citizens to stop calling 9-1-1 to report that they’ve run out of toilet paper. The UK’s sewage system is
Staying home and avoiding other people is everyone’s new main “activity.” And big gaps are appearing in most of our regularly scheduled programming (no live
What a week. Did we hit bottom yet? It’s hard to know. Every day brought so much bad news.
A federal judge in Boston Wednesday ordered new trials for two FCPA defendants convicted by a jury last year of planning to bribe officials in
The awful ordeal for anyone accused of a serious federal crime doesn’t start with a conviction or plea deal. It begins with indictment and arrest.