Posts Tagged: Frederic Bourke
From Glovin’s account:
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Bodmer, who is testifying for prosecutors in exchange for leniency and admits knowing of the bribery scheme, testified yesterday that he told Bourke about the payments.
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, who worked for Viktor Kozeny in Azerbaijan, said her boss told Egyptian businessman Shafik Gabr about bribing Azeri officials.… Continue Reading
We’ve never heard of an African head of state asking the U.S. to deny visas to individuals suspected of corruption. Until now, that is. It happened on Friday when Liberia’s president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (left), “pleaded with the Government of the United States of America not to give U.S.
History will be made with today’s opening gavel in William Jefferson’s federal trial. It will mark the first time a former member of congress has been prosecuted under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the only time the country has seen two FCPA trials staged simultaneously — Jefferson’s in Alexandria, Virginia and Frederic Bourke’s in New York City.… Continue Reading
The Securities and Exchange Commission last week filed settled enforcement actions against United Industrial Corporation (UIC), an aerospace and defense systems contractor, and Thomas Wurzel, the former President of UIC’s one-time subsidiary, ACL Technologies, Inc.… Continue Reading
For the third time, Baker Hughes has beaten back a derivative suit based on its 2007 settlement of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations. It paid $44 million to resolve enforcement actions by the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission related to bribery in Kazakhstan.… Continue Reading
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 already known for. Another defendant, John “Junior” Gotti, the alleged New York City mobster, has had three trials in her courtroom since 2005.… Continue Reading
Judge Shira Scheindlin has now decided most of the pending pre-trial issues in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prosecution of Frederic Bourke. Her rulings generally restrict the government’s use of other-acts-type evidence, while allowing Bourke latitude to tell his story.… Continue Reading