All declination articles

  • Blog post

    MTS Systems: FCPA probes close with no action

    2017-08-31T14:00:00Z

    MTS Systems, a global supplier of test systems and sensing solutions, said in a quarterly filing this month that it will not be facing an enforcement action regarding a previously disclosed investigation into potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

  • Blog post

    Newmont Mining FCPA case ends in declination

    2017-07-26T15:00:00Z

    Newmont Mining said in a quarterly filing this week that it will not be facing an enforcement action from the Department of Justice regarding a previously disclosed investigation into potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

  • Article

    Distilling lessons from the FCPA Pilot Program

    2017-07-05T21:15:00Z

    A year after the DoJ launched its FCPA pilot program, companies are gaining much-valued insight on how to self-disclose and cooperate with the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section.

  • Blog post

    CDM Smith probe ends in declination with disgorgement

    2017-07-02T20:45:00Z

    The Fraud Section of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division last month issued its seventh declination under the FCPA Pilot Program, and the second under the Trump Administration. It was also the fourth declination with disgorgement, a developing FCPA enforcement trend.

  • Blog post

    Linde FCPA probe ends in DoJ declination

    2017-06-21T10:30:00Z

    The Department of Justice closed its investigation into industrial-gas supplier Linde for alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act without bringing an enforcement action, making it the first public declination under the Trump Administration.

  • Blog post

    Cisco Systems FCPA probe ends in declinations

    2016-09-14T10:15:00Z

    Networking giant Cisco Systems announced in its annual report that it will not face any enforcement actions in connection with a previously disclosed investigation into potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act concerning its operations in Russia. Jaclyn Jaeger reports.

  • Blog post

    Johnson Controls to pay $14.4 million to SEC in FCPA case

    2016-07-12T11:00:00Z

    Johnson Controls has entered into a $14.4 million settlement with the SEC to resolve violations of the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA with respect to its China Marine operations. JCI’s quick response, however, resulted in a declination with the Justice Department.