A federal judge in Boston Wednesday ordered new trials for two FCPA defendants convicted by a jury last year of planning to bribe officials in Haiti, finding that one of their lawyers failed to provide effective counsel for his client.… Continue Reading
FCPA-related jury trials are rare. In some years there might be one but in many years there are none. This year, however, there were three, ending in convictions of four defendants.… Continue Reading
The chairman and CEO of an investment firm and a member of the firm’s board of directors were found guilty by a federal jury in Boston Thursday for their role in a scheme to bribe Haitian officials to secure approval for an $84 million construction project. … Continue Reading
An American businessman was charged Tuesday for his alleged role in a plot to bribe senior government officials in Haiti for access to a proposed $84 million port development project.
Roger Richard Boncy, 74, a dual U.S.… Continue Reading
The DOJ announced last week that a retired U.S. Army colonel, Joseph Baptiste, was charged in a complaint for his alleged role in a foreign bribery and money laundering scheme in connection with “a planned $84 million port development project in Haiti.”… Continue Reading
A retired U.S. Army colonel was charged in a complaint unsealed today for his alleged role in a foreign bribery and money laundering scheme in connection with a planned $84 million port development project in Haiti. … Continue Reading