Is FCPA Enforcement Under Siege?

Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) seems to be under siege from a number of different directions. We wrote last month about the FCPA convictions of Lindsey Manufacturing and two of its executives in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. Since then, however, Judge Howard Matz, presiding over the case, has asked for […]

Dispelling Myths on Moving an Infrastructure Business Across Borders

This is the second post in a three-part series on the shrinking infrastructure market that we are posting in an attempt to dispel myths about moving business across state and national borders and to show how businesses can adapt to a global market. Why is the U.S. construction industry lagging behind its European and Asian counterparts […]

How to Navigate in a Shrinking Infrastructure Market

Within the United States, the shrinking and shifting infrastructure is causing companies to move across state lines in search of work. The same forces are pushing many U.S. companies to consider “going global.” These trends should not surprise anyone. Large, prominent infrastructure development projects are disappearing in this country. For example, after winning $810 million […]

Wanted: Diverse Subcontractors for Fannie, Freddie and the Fed

Attention all providers of real estate, financial, marketing, IT, professional and travel services: If your business qualifies as a “diverse supplier” under one of the programs specific to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks, the prime contractors doing business with those entities will probably want to know about it. In late […]