The DOJ’s Yates Memo is nearly a year old. The anti-corruption and compliance communities are still wondering what impact it will have on individual responsibility for white collar crimes. That in turn has brought more interest about past prison sentences for FCPA offenses and what future defendants might expect when sentenced.… Continue Reading
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The DOJ is appealing the six-month prison sentences imposed in August on Gerald Green and his wife Patricia.
The government wanted them to serve at least ten years in prison. Their six-month sentences are among the most lenient in recent FCPA cases.… Continue Reading
During the second quarter there were, by our count, eleven Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions. They involved four companies — three firms resolved criminal or civil charges, or both, and one disclosed an investigation — and 13 individuals who were either indicted, put on trial, pleaded guilty or sentenced.… Continue Reading
This is the first deep economic downturn most Chinese have experienced, so fear and anger are in the air. A Bloomberg report yesterday quoted an editor of a state-run magazine in the southwestern city of Chongqing as saying, “We’re entering the peak of mass incidents.… Continue Reading