Richard L. Cassin | Editor at large
Richard L. Cassin is the founder of the FCPA Blog. He serves as editor at large.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday the CEO of Collectors Café used settlement agreements with aggrieved investors that illegally prohibited them from complaining to
A former examiner for the Securities and Exchange Commission allegedly took “compromising” information about an SEC investigation into a private equity firm that hired him
The former CEO and former chief operations officer of Monaco-based Unaoil pleaded guilty in March to arranging millions in bribes to officials in at least
Among the weird facts about the FCPA is who can decide to launch a criminal investigation or bring an enforcement action, and which government lawyers
A former KPMG partner and co-leader of the firm’s banking and capital markets group admitted stealing and using confidential information so KPMG could improve the outcome of PCAOB inspections.