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New Entries to the Registry

Oct. 10, 2017, 12:37 p.m. | None

The Corporate Prosecution Registry has been updated with the following new entries (added Oct. 10, 2017): Prosecution Agreements Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Rolls-Royce Plea Agreements Aireko Construction Company AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group Bumble Bee Foods LLC Ciner Gemi Acente Isletni Sanayi Ve Ticaret S.A Custom Wristbands Inc. DB Group Services (UK) Limited Egyptian Tanker Company Kiekert AG MAB Environmental Services, Inc. Princess Cruise Lines, LTD Scientic, Inc. SCM True Air Technologies, Inc. SCP M ...


New Entries to the Registry

Sept. 25, 2017, 12:36 p.m. | None

The Corporate Prosecution Registry has been updated with the following new entries (added Sep. 25, 2017): Prosecution Agreements Telia Company AB Please note that we are still working on summarizing the data in these documents and the spreadsheets available for download will be updated at a later time. ...


New Entries to the Registry

Sept. 11, 2017, 12:33 p.m. | None

The Corporate Prosecution Registry has been updated with the following new entries (added Sep.1, 2017): Plea Agreements: International Petroleum Corp. of Delaware Mary’s Gone Crackers SouthCo Enterprises Inc. ZTE Corp. Prosecution Agreements: Banamex USA Breakthru Beverage Pennsylvania Pio Imports Prime Partners SA Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spiritis of Pennsylvania Utah Transit Authority White Rock Distilleries, Inc. Dismissals: Federal Express Corp FedEx Corp. FedEx Corporate Services Declinations: C ...


DPAs and Eisinger’s “The Chickenshit Club”

Aug. 22, 2017, 12:32 p.m. | bgarrett

A recent New Yorker book review, of Jesse Eisinger’s new book, “The Chickenshit Club,” asks why didn't prosecutors target more executives after the financial crisis. Eisinger argues in a fascinating and readable book that it was a culture and policy shift among federal white-collar prosecutors. The review describes the rise of deferred prosecution agreements, documented on ...


The HSBC's Monitor Report

July 13, 2017, 12:30 p.m. | bgarrett

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday ruled that the district judge, John Gleeson had incorrectly ruled in early 2016 that the thousand-page report of the independent monitor in the HSBC deferred prosecution agreement should be disclosed to the public. I had written an amicus brief in favor of public disclosure of the report, in redacted form, for reasons including that there is a strong public interest in learning more about corporate prosecut ...


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