In the run up to Ousama Naaman’s status hearing on October 19, there’s plenty going on.
As we mentioned a few weeks ago, Ousama Naaman’s sentencing is on hold while he and the government review new evidence that may be classified.
It’s a complicated process, and prosecutors now want his sentencing, first set for August 4 and then moved to September 8, delayed indefinitely.… Continue Reading
Innospec’s former agent who pleaded guilty last year to an FCPA conspiracy won’t be sentenced until September and maybe a lot later.
According to a recent court filing, Ousama Naaman has raised new evidence that may be classified, and there are new questions about how he spent some of the bribe money.… Continue Reading
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office said a British man who supplied surgical instruments to the Iraqi government was sentenced today by a London court to 24 weeks in prison.
Mark Rodney Jessop, 53, admitted breaking United Nations sanctions during the oil for food program by making illegal payments to Saddam Hussein’s government. … Continue Reading
Ousama Naaman, Innospec’s agent who pleaded guilty in June to criminal FCPA and conspiracy charges, is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Washington, D.C. on December 19, 2010. He faces up to ten years in prison but hopes to serve his time in a Canadian jail.… Continue Reading
Oussama Naaman, Innospec’s one-time agent who pleaded guilty in June to criminal FCPA and conspiracy charges, and David Turner, a former business director at the company, settled civil charges today based on violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.… Continue Reading