Posts Tagged: Gerald Green
In a few weeks, Gerald Green will walk away from a federal bureau of prisons half-way house in Long Beach, California.
After he leaves, the former high-flying Hollywood movie producer — now 79 and broke and suffering from emphysema — can stay at the West Hollywood home he owns with his wife and co-defendant, Patricia, but only until August 1st.… Continue Reading
Jeffrey Tesler, 61, former middleman to KBR and its TSKJ partners Snamprogetti, Technip, and JGC, pleaded guilty in federal court in Houston in March to conspiracy and violating the FCPA.… Continue Reading
The former director of sales and marketing for Pacific Consolidated Industries (PCI) who pleaded guilty in 2009 to bribing an official from the U.K. Ministry of Defense (MOD) in return for equipment orders was sentenced in December to just six months in prison followed by six months of home confinement.… Continue Reading
Gerald and Patricia Green faced a forfeiture count and lost everything — their house, car, bank accounts, company, pension assets, and more.
We had a vision this week. It was of two people, joined together as one flesh, standing before a federal judge. Actually, there were six people, three couples in all, to wit:
- Gerald and Patricia Green, convicted in September 2009 of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and nine counts of violating the FCPA.
Even if FCPA defendants win acquittals on nine out of ten counts, but lose just one, the single conviction can support a forfeiture order. While their lawyer is celebrating victory, the defendants can be stripped of everything they own — cash, houses, cars, pension assets, art, jewelry, timeshares, boats, you name it.… Continue Reading
The DOJ is appealing the six-month prison sentences imposed in August on Gerald Green and his wife Patricia.
The government wanted them to serve at least ten years in prison. Their six-month sentences are among the most lenient in recent FCPA cases.… Continue Reading