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Search Results for: label/Alba

Questions And More Questions About Alba v. Alcoa

What’s the story behind this case? To be honest, we’ve got lots of questions and so few answers. This we know: Aluminum Bahrain BSC (“Alba”) sued Alcoa Inc., its long-time raw materials supplier, for corruption and fraud in a Pittsburgh federal court. Alba — majority owned by the government of Bahrain — alleged that it […]

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The Unnamed Party

Last February, Aluminum Bahrain BSC, or Alba for short, made big headlines by filing an explosive federal lawsuit against Alcoa. Bahrain-owned Alba accused its long-time U.S. supplier of overcharging for raw materials during a 15-year period, and using some of the money to bribe Alba’s executives for more contracts. “Defendants’ conspiracy,” Alba said in a […]

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Alcoa, Alba settle bribes suit

Alcoa said Tuesday it has reached a settlement with Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (‘Alba‘) to end a civil lawsuit that accused Alcoa of bribing Alba officials and overcharging for the supply of raw materials.

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Feds Seek Sojitz Stay

The Justice Department has intervened for the second time in civil suits brought by Aluminium Bahrain BSC — known as Alba — against its raw material suppliers and brokers. Last week, the DOJ asked for a stay in Alba’s suit against Japanese trading company Sojitz Corp. and its U.S. subsidiary. More than two years ago, […]

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Alba Fights Alcoa’s ‘Home Cooked’ Scheme

Aluminum Bahrain BSC (“Alba“) said last week it should be allowed to sue for damages in a U.S. court because it was victimized by alleged bribery and fraud that was ‘home-cooked . . . conceived, orchestrated, and directed in and from the United States.’

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Bribery Allegations Against Sojitz

Aluminium Bahrain BSC — known as Alba — has filed a $31 million civil suit in federal court in Houston against Japanese trading company Sojitz Corp. and its U.S. subsidiary, Sojitz Corporation of America. The suit alleges that from 1993 to 2006, Sojitz paid $14.8 million in bribes to two of Alba’s employees in exchange […]

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Former Alba Chief Charged In London

An Australian executive who once served as CEO of state-owned Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (“Alba“) was charged on Wednesday in the U.K. with taking bribes.

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