United States of America v. John M. Mushriqui, et al
- Practice Area(s): Foreign Corrupt Practices Act & Anti-Corruption, Government Enforcement, Securities Litigation, Enforcement & Regulatory, White Collar
- Attorney(s): Krakoff, David S.; Parkinson, James T.; Randell, Lauren R.
- Case Date(s): 2010-2012
- Court: D.D.C.
- State: Dist. of Columbia
- Docket No. 09-335
Represented John M. Mushriqui in the DOJ’s largest criminal prosecution of individuals in the history of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, following the only modern use by the FBI in an FCPA case of tactics such as a sting, an informant, undercover agents, and mass use of audiovisual surveillance. The case culminated in a four-month trial in fall/winter 2011-2012, in which the Judge dismissed numerous counts against Mr. Mushriqui, including conspiracy to violate the FCPA, and two of five substantive charges of violating the FCPA. After being declared a mistrial, the Judge granted the DOJ's motion to dismiss all charges.