A report yesterday from Dow Jones said the United States has dropped its sputtering prosecution of David B. Pinkerton on charges of conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The government had alleged that in June 1998, as the head of AIG Global Investment Corp., Pinkerton invested about $15 million of AIG’s money […]
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Frederic Bourke won’t face Foreign Corrupt Practices Act charges after all. He was indicted in May 2005 with Victor Kozeny and David Pinkerton over an alleged plan to bribe officials from Azerbaijan from 1997 to 1999 in connection with the privatization of the state oil company. But the U.S. Court of Appeals for the […]
[…] and aiding and abetting in the commission are distinct offenses. Id. See also United States v. Superior Growers Supply, 982 F.2d 173, 178 (6th Cir. 1992). The Pinkerton rule was pronounced in Pinkerton v. United States, 328 U.S. 640, 66 S.Ct. 1180, 90 L.Ed. 1489 (1946). Walter and Daniel Pinkerton were brothers who were […]
[…] according to the Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center. Glovin covered the FCPA-related prosecutions in U.S. v. Kozeny. One defendant indicted, then dropped from the case, was David Pinkerton of AIG. Glovin writes: Pinkerton had just left his 8- year-old twins at his in-laws’ home in Morristown, New Jersey, when he learned he was no […]
The director of the UK Serious Fraud Office spoke Monday at the annual Cambridge Economic Crime Symposium at Jesus College.
BAE’s Compliance Monitor: David GoldAs of yesterday, BAE has a compliance monitor. He’s David Gold, a former senior partner of Herbert Smith. His term is three years, but BAE wants it cut short by 90 days. A monitor was supposed to be in place by the end of June. That didn’t happen. The company blamed […]
Cravath partner David M. Stuart I recently spoke with David M. Stuart, one of the attorneys who represented Telia Company AB, a Sweden-based telecommunications provider that settled violations in September for a grand total of $965 million in financial sanctions.
[…] gearing up for a criminal trial. Here’s what happened. In September this year, we reported that Bourke — indicted in May 2005 with Victor Kozeny and David Pinkerton over an alleged plot to bribe officials from Azerbaijan — wouldn’t face FCPA charges after all. In June 2007, the federal district court in Manhattan dismissed […]