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Search Results for: label/Frederic Bourke

Bourke Gets A Year In Prison

Frederic Bourke, the American entrepreneur who led a charmed life and whose prosecution brought new prominence to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, has been sentenced

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Bourke Denied New Trial

Frederic Bourke’s attempt to overturn his conviction and obtain a new trial has failed. He was found guilty in July of conspiring to violate the

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Bourke’s Big Day

Frederic Bourke, the wealthy entrepreneur convicted in July of conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Travel Act, and lying to FBI

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Back To Bourke

We talked earlier about the “knowledge” element of an FCPA offense and the two kinds of “knowledge” the government can prove: What the defendant actually

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Bourke Convicted

Frederic Bourke was convicted on Friday of conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Travel Act, and lying to FBI agents. He

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Witnesses Hit Bourke And Jefferson

From Frederic Bourke’s Trial. Outstanding coverage on the testimony this week of Hans Bodmer, Viktor Kozeny’s Swiss lawyer, from the Courthouse News Service here and

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More On Bourke and Jefferson

First Frederic Bourke. A witness testifying for the government this week at Bourke’s trial in New York may have hurt the prosecution’s case. Christine Rastas,

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The Book On Bourke’s Judge

Last week we said Judge Shira Scheindlin’s preliminary rulings would protect Frederic Bourke’s right to a fair trial. That, it turns out, is something she’s

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