Obstruction of Justice

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Former Qualcomm EVP Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading

For former Qualcomm Inc. Executive Vice President Jing Wang the cover-up not only failed but increased his liability. The former executive pleaded guilty this week to securities fraud based on his insider trading, money...more

Obstructing or Delaying a Peace Officer

A news anchor with Fox News was arrested at an airport in Minnesota for the crime of obstructing the legal process/interfering with a peace officer. According to the Associated Press, airport police decided to arrest Gregg...more

The Long Arm of E-Discovery Stretches Overseas

Earlier this year, Kazuaki Fujitani, the general manager of a Japanese company’s sales division, pled guilty to obstruction of justice for destroying numerous e-mails and other documents in a federal investigation by the...more

French Citizen Pleads Guilty To Obstructing FCPA Investigation

Last week new FCPA Chief Patrick Stokes announced that the prosecution of individuals would be a priority. This point has become a recurring theme not just in FCPA cases where the international nature of the actions can pose...more

Lying to Regulators … What’s The Risk?

In one of the most high-profile cases of its time, Martha Stewart was convicted of obstructing justice as a result of her intentional misrepresentation to Securities and Exchange Commission and FBI investigators regarding the...more

Grand Theft Auto Meets The Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Arthur Andersen was one of the many casualties of the collapse of Enron Corporation. In 2002, a jury found the once well respected firm guilty of violating 18 U.S.C. §§ 1512(b)(2)(A) and (B). ...more

The Danger Of FCPA “Proactive” Investigations

The old adage – if something is too good to be true, it probably is not – applies with equal force in the world of bribery and intrigue. The recent arrest of the mining executive for obstruction of the Justice Department’s...more

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