Both sides relied on in-house counsel in Exxon's sale of $1.8 billion in assets to Hong Kong power company CLP.
Word is getting around that the U.S. government is willing to pay big bucks for useful tips on corporate fraud, leading to an increase in international whistleblowing to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Despite loosened trade sanctions against Iran following a historic nuclear deal with the country, U.S. companies will have few, if any, opportunities to cash in.
Mexico and Brazil have received special attention from the U.S. Department of Justice as the agency seeks to gain strong partners in its fight against transnational bribery through the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
In an increasingly globalized and regulated economy, the supply chain can be fraught with risk. A new Baker & McKenzie study sets out a framework for companies to follow when dealing with third-party vendors, offering best practices for global risk management.
Kenya's allegedly corrupt police officers are staying on top of technology to line their pockets, using their mobile phones to inconspicuously collect bribes.
International companies operating in China need to go a few steps further than simply having an antibribery and anticorruption policy.
Facing scrutiny in the United States about its casino operations in Macau, Wynn Resorts Ltd. has bet on Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck to help its lobbying efforts in Washington, D.C.
WikiLeaks has published a leaked draft of the intellectual property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, revealing proposals that could change how copyrights and patents are handled throughout the Pacific Rim.
More than 50 countries are set to sign a pact to report information on high-balance U.S. offshore accounts to the Internal Revenue Service.
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