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Julie DiMauro
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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Shruti J. Shah
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Russell A. Stamets
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Eric Carlson
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KBR’s Twisted Web

We’ve been looking over the criminal information charging Kellogg, Brown & Root LLC with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. There’s one conspiracy and four substantive counts. There’s also a related document called the Joint Motion to Waive Presentence Investigation. That’s where the Justice Department talks about the potential criminal fine range and agrees with […]

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The Requestor’s French Dilemma

Facing a decision to either stay in a joint venture or leave, when staying means violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and leaving means breaching contractual obligations, is a legal disaster. But it’s an easy trap to fall into. One U.S. company (called the “Requestor”) proposed to enter into a joint venture with a French […]

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VW China partner graft probe widens

[…] sales for personal gain. But according to sources close to the FAW, authorities are now investigating about 50 executives at the group and some of its joint ventures. The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection recently announced that FAW-Volkswagen’s Audi sales division had misused company funds for overseas sight-seeing tours. Six executives, including the joint […]

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Hey, who changed the FCPA Resource Guide?

[…] books and records of its affiliates, the Guide quietly dropped the responsibility for “joint venture partners” from its list. The Guide now limits the requirement to “joint ventures” under an issuer’s control. The Guide previously defined a “minority-owned subsidiary or affiliate” as a company where the parent owns “less than 50%.” That line now […]

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