All non-prosecution agreement articles

  • HiddenMoney
    Article

    UBP to pay additional $14M for hidden accounts

    2020-01-03T17:48:00Z

    Union Bancaire Privée (UBP), a Swiss private bank, must pay an additional $14 million to the U.S. government for accounts it failed to disclose in an addendum to a non-prosecution agreement reached with the Department of Justice four years ago.

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    Article

    Compliance lessons from recent nine-figure FCPA settlements

    2019-10-24T15:46:00Z

    Walmart, TechnipFMC, Fresenius—just to name a few—have all fallen prey to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in a record year of jacked-up enforcement and sky-high penalties.

  • petrobras
    Article

    Petrobras case sheds light on how to avoid a corporate monitor

    2018-10-05T11:30:00Z

    Any company under a criminal investigation by the U.S. government looking to avoid the appointment of a compliance monitor will want to take a page from Brazilian state-owned energy company Petrobras. Gibson Dunn partner Joe Warin, who represented Petrobras, offers some tips inside.

  • Blog post

    Justice Department signs addendum to NPA with Bank Lombard Odier

    2018-08-01T13:30:00Z

    The Department of Justice has signed an addendum to a non-prosecution agreement with Bank Lombard Odier of Zurich Switzerland. The original NPA was signed on Dec. 31, 2015.

  • Blog post

    Legg Mason to pay $64.2M in FCPA case

    2018-06-07T15:30:00Z

    Investment management firm Legg Mason entered a non-prosecution agreement and agreed to pay $64.2 million to resolve an investigation into violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act concerning Legg Mason’s participation in a Libyan bribery scheme, the Department of Justice announced.

  • Blog post

    SEC: two FCPA cases result in non-prosecution agreements

    2016-06-07T15:00:00Z

    The SEC has entered into non-prosecution agreements with Akamai Technologies and Nortek that will forfeit ill-gotten gains connected to bribes paid to Chinese officials by foreign subsidiaries. Simultaneously, the Justice Department closed its investigations into Akamai and Nortek. Jaclyn Jaeger reports.