Posts Tagged: Marubeni Corp.
A former Alstom sales manager in the United States who helped the DOJ prosecute other company executives and testified at the trial of one of them was sentenced Monday to two years of supervised release.… Continue Reading
A dozen private-practice lawyers in Tokyo, including partners from the top firms, are helping Japanese companies comply with anti-bribery laws by publishing guidance and working with foreign enforcement agencies on behalf of the companies.… Continue Reading
Prosecutors in Tokyo used a plea bargain to resolve an overseas bribery case with a power plant maker under a new law adopted in June, according to a report from Japan.… Continue Reading
When companies have FCPA problems, their decision to cooperate with the DOJ can save them tens of millions of dollars. What is cooperation?
Leslie Caldwell, the chief of the DOJ’s criminal division, talked Friday at the NYU Law School about corporate compliance and enforcement.… Continue Reading
In our recent report, Trends and Developments in Anti-Corruption Enforcement, we analyze major anti-corruption resolutions in 2014 and look ahead to what we expect in 2015.
Alstom SA is close to settling a criminal bribery investigation with the DOJ for $700 million, Tom Schoenberg of Bloomberg reported Tuesday.
The report cited “three people familiar with the matter.”… Continue Reading
The Serious Fraud Office said Thursday it has started criminal proceedings “against an Alstom company in the UK by written charge.”
Alstom Network UK Ltd, formerly called Alstom International Ltd, a UK subsidiary of Alstom, was charged with three corruption offenses, and three counts of conspiracy to corrupt.… Continue Reading