The Mexican woman held in a California jail since her arrest on FCPA charges in August has alleged that prosecutors withheld from her lawyers information about intercepted phone and email logs and violated her attorney-client and spousal privileges.… Continue Reading
By Michael Volkov
In the world of overseas bribery and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, we finally have an opportunity to resolve what many commentators suggest is an intractable issue — the definition of “instrumentality thereof” as used in the FCPA, and as applied to foreign state-owned-enterprises.… Continue Reading
Three more defendants in a high-profile FCPA prosecution in federal court in California filed a motion yesterday to dismiss the indictment against them on the grounds that the FCPA doesn’t apply to officers and employees of state-owned entities.… Continue Reading
On March 29, five defendants are supposed go on trial in LA for FCPA violations and money-laundering offenses.
They include a Mexican sales agent, Enrique Aguilar Noriega, who hasn’t appeared in court, his wife, Angela Gomez Aguilar, who’s being held without bail, Lindsey Manufacturing Company, its CEO, Dr.… Continue Reading
The DOJ on Thursday said California-based Lindsey Manufacturing Company and two of its executives were indicted for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to bribe officials at Mexico’s state-owned utility, the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE).… Continue Reading