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Posts Tagged: BAE Systems

German raid on EADS joint venture

German police have raided the offices of a joint venture between EADS and ThyssenKrupp during an investigation of overseas corruption.

The joint venture — Atlas Elektronik — and Rheinmetall Defence Electronics are suspected of paying bribes in Greece in connection with the sale of submarine equipment, the state prosecutor’ office in Bremen said Saturday.… Continue Reading

SFO lost evidence from BAE investigation

The U.K. Serious Fraud Office said Thursday it lost 32,000 pages of documents and 81 audio tapes and computer files compiled during its six-year investigation of BAE Systems.

The evidence was sent to the wrong person by accident.… Continue Reading

Cooperation and competition among enforcing countries

New scholarship from Elizabeth Spahn tackles the opportunities and risks behind the new trend of multi-national antibribery enforcement.

It’s a topic crucial to nations joining the war against graft. And it’s no less important to anyone facing the threat of enforcement by two or more countries.… Continue Reading

‘Carbon copy prosecutions’ change the rules of the game

A recent University of Chicago Legal Forum article looks deep into an important new enforcement trend — duplicative enforcement actions in multiple countries.

The article — ‘Carbon Copy” Prosecutions: A Growing Anticorruption Phenomenon in a Shrinking World’ — was written by T.Continue Reading

Will the DOJ ask BAE to squeal on EADS?

Britain’s BAE Systems and Europe’s EADS are proposing to merge, they said earlier this month, to create a defense giant capable of competing against Boeing and Lockheed Martin.

BAE is one of the biggest military contractors to the U.S.… Continue Reading