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Issues To Consider From The Tysers And H.W. Wood Enforcement Actions

Issues

This previous post discussed the related DOJ Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement actions against United Kingdom reinsurance brokers Tysers Insurance Brokers Limited (acquired by AUB Group in 2022) and H.W. Wood Limited for “participation in a corrupt scheme to pay bribes to Ecuadorian government officials.”

This post highlights additional issues to consider.

Timeline

AUB previously disclosed in 2022.

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Issues To Consider From The Lifecore Enforcement Action

Issues

This previous post concerned the FCPA enforcement action against Lifecore Biomedical, Inc. (f/k/a Landec Corporation) in connection with alleged Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations involving wastewater issues in Mexico.

This post highlights additional issues to consider.

Timeline

As highlighted in this prior post, in January 2020 Landec disclosed:

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Issues To Consider From The Albemarle Enforcement Action

Issues

This recent post highlighted the net $218.4 million enforcement action against chemical company Albemarle Corp.

This post highlights additional issues to consider from the enforcement action.

Timeline

As highlighted in this prior post, in February 2018 Albemarle Corp. disclosed scrutiny. Specifically, the company disclosed:

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Issues To Consider From The Clear Channel Outdoors Enforcement Action

Issues

This recent post highlighted the $26.1 million enforcement action against Clear Channel Outdoors based on the conduct of a former indirect, majority-owned Chinese subsidiary (Clear Media Limited).

This post highlights additional issues to consider from the enforcement action.

Timeline

As highlighted here, in April 2018 disclosed FCPA scrutiny.

Thus, from start to finish, Clear Channel’s FCPA scrutiny lasted an unconscionable 5.5 years.

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Issues To Consider From The 3M Enforcement Action

Issues

This recent post highlighted the $6.5 million enforcement action against 3M based on findings that the company was duped by certain China subsidiary employees.

This recent post discussed how the type of conduct at issue in the 3M enforcement action would seem to fit squarely within prior SEC policy for when an enforcement action would not be warranted.

This post highlights additional issues to consider from the enforcement action.

Timeline

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