The Largest Foreign Bribery Probe in U.S. History: U.S. v James H. Griffen

Number 21740
Subject Oil
Source
State Kazakhstan
Year 2004
Publication Date May 31, 2004
Summary This investigation chronicles the largest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in I.S. history: US vs. James Griffen. Griffen is alleged to have bribed high-ranking officials in Kazakhstan to secure rights to natural resources, like oil, in the early 1990s.
Category Contest Entry
Pages 25
Keywords money laundering;FCPA;oil;Mobil;ExxonMobil;Texaco;National Security Council
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