In their Bribery column, Steven A. Tyrrell, Christian R. Bartholomew, and Christopher L. Garcia, partners at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, write that in two recent decisions, federal judges in the Southern
In his Corporate Crime column, William F. Johnson, a partner at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, reviews how decisions by courts in both criminal and civil Galleon-related cases have clarifi
Lawrence S. Bader, a principal at Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello, writes that although Judge Shira Scheindlin's decision dismissing an FCPA complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction makes
...General of NYCHA; and Bergia Telesford, Deputy Inspector General of NYCHA and Sullivan's immediate supervisor during Sullivan's employment there. Sullivan alleges that she...
...only Roman Catholic and only white person. Telesford's superior was Jeremiah. Sullivan's complaint alleged discrimination on the basis of her race, religion and...
Former Siemens Argentina CEO Herbert Steffen and a Hungarian telecommunications executive named Elek Straub have a few things in common, including hiring Skadden Arps to defend them against FCPA clai
...Chief Financial Officer and Vice President. The Complaint does not allege Ms. Sullivan's age. Plaintiff alleges that over the next three years, several incidents...
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