Did Alcoa’s former super-agent Victor Dahdaleh, left, engineer his own arrest in London last week to avoid indictment and prosecution in the United States?
We don’t know the answer. But there are plenty of reasons why the sixty-three old billionaire might have done that.… Continue Reading
The Guardian wants to know why Jeffrey Tesler and Wojciech Chodan were extradited to the U.S. last year to face FCPA-related charges.
[With information added about sentencing dates for Tesler and Chodan.]
Last week, Judge Keith P. Ellison signed Jack Stanley’s latest sentencing delay (the eleventh by our count).
KBR’s former boss will remain free on bond until at least December 15.… Continue Reading
In the indictment against the Lindsey defendants who were convicted in May of FCPA violations, the government included a forfeiture count.
The government asked for Lindsey Manufacturing, CEO Keith Lindsey, and CFO Steve Lee to forfeit all property “traceable” to their FCPA offenses — or a money judgment of an equivalent amount.… 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
During the first quarter of 2011, two earlier FCPA-related indictments were disclosed. And there were four corporate actions, four guilty pleas, including two shot-show defendants and the former KBR middleman Jeffrey Tesler, who was hit with the biggest forfeiture order in FCPA history, and two sentencings of individuals to prison.… Continue Reading
In his plea deal today in federal court in Houston, Jeffrey Tesler — one-time middleman for KBR and its partners in the TSKJ consortium — agreed to forfeit $148,964,568.67.
It’s the largest-ever FCPA-related forfeiture order against an individual.… Continue Reading