Qi Chen, a student from the Chicago-Kent Law School, has updated some important numbers we first reported about two years ago.
Then and now he analyzed how many corporate enforcement actions since 2005 didn’t involve criminal or civil charges against any employees from the company.… Continue Reading
During the calendar quarter just ended, there were three corporate enforcement actions and two individual convictions. A defendant received one of the FCPA’s longest jail sentences, the DOJ released three new FCPA-related indictments, and prosecutors dropped the appeal of a short FCPA prison term.… Continue Reading
Mike Koehler had a fascinating post on his FCPA Professor blog today. He did the math and found that in seventy-one percent of the FCPA enforcement actions against corporations since 2005, the DOJ didn’t charge any employees.… Continue Reading
After the busiest first quarter on record for FCPA enforcement, things were quiet from April to June. But during the quarter just ended, there was plenty of action. It included the sputtering end to James Giffen’s high-profile prosecution, the Greens’ ultra-light jail term, a settlement by Snamprogetti that ranked fourth on our all-time top ten list, and ABB’s deal this week that will land seventh.… Continue Reading
In a post earlier this week, we added up the number of enforcement actions since 2005 against corporations and individuals. We’re searching for clues about how enforcement decisions are made, and whether corporate settlements might be replacing individual prosecutions.… Continue Reading
This is really it. A snapshot of (we think) all FCPA-related ongoing prosecutions, pending sentencings, extraditions, at-large fugitives, and appeals.