All non-prosecution agreement articles

  • Uber

    Uber admits 2016 data breach cover-up in deal with DOJ


    Ridesharing company Uber reached a nonprosecution agreement with the Department of Justice to resolve a criminal investigation into its 2016 data breach and subsequent cover-up.

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    DOJ vows stricter white-collar enforcement, increased risk of monitors


    Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco shares actions the Department of Justice will be taking to strengthen its response to corporate crime and what areas it will be looking at moving forward.

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    Petrobras fulfills obligations of 3-year FCPA agreement


    Brazilian state-owned energy company Petrobras announced it has met the obligations of a three-year agreement reached with the Department of Justice for playing a role in one of the world’s largest political corruption investigations.

  • HiddenMoney

    UBP to pay additional $14M for hidden accounts


    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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    Compliance lessons from recent nine-figure FCPA settlements


    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.

  • Article

    Petrobras case sheds light on how to avoid a corporate monitor


    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

    Justice Department signs addendum to NPA with Bank Lombard Odier


    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

    Legg Mason to pay $64.2M in FCPA case


    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

    SEC: two FCPA cases result in non-prosecution agreements


    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.