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Comverse Technologies Inc. and the DOJ and SEC settle up

USA - April 13 2011 Comverse Technologies Inc. (CTI), a New York based provider of software for communication and billing services, resolved Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions brought by the DOJ and SEC arising out of the acts of an indirectly owned overseas subsidiary and the subsidiary’s third party agent.

Washington, London and Athens come calling for Johnson & Johnson

United Kingdom, USA - April 11 2011 In a sign of things to come, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and J&J wholly-owned subsidiaries Depuy, Inc. (DePuy) and DePuy International Limited (DePuy International) resolved corruption related investigations on both sides of the Atlantic on Friday, April 8.

Has the DOJ's ship sailed from Bonny Island

USA - April 8 2011 With the last member of the infamous TSKJ joint-venture resolving FCPA charges this week, has the DOJ finally closed the door on its very lucrative Bonny Island investigation?

SEC moves to require companies to report use of "conflict minerals"

USA - March 30 2011 The SEC's new rules may prove to be a headache for companies that use small amounts of conflict minerals and that do not closely track the sourcing of conflict minerals throughout their supply chain.

James J. Barresi, Frank M. Placenti, David M. Spooner

Ball Corporation dropped the FCPA ball and settled with the SEC

USA - March 28 2011 Ball, an Indiana corporation based in Colorado that manufactures metal packaging for household goods, food and beverages, and provides aerospace and technological services, resolved an enforcement action in which the SEC alleged it violated the FCPA's books and records and internal controls provisions.