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Legal position of businesses with Russian contracts
Pinsent Masons on due diligence firms must undertake, as sanctions continue to squeeze
Is construction taking slave labour seriously?
The International Labour Organisation estimates that 4.5 million people are currently working in construction against their will
JCB and Manitou patent dispute continues
JCB said it will appeal the latest ruling of Paris court, although it also won damages of €150,000
US firm settles over alleged bid-rigging scheme
M.A. Mortenson must donate construction services for project related to pandemic
Qatar to ban ‘kafala’ system of labour
Qatar is set to abolish system which often leads to exploitation of migrant construction workers
Kenyan minister denies corruption
Kenyan finance minister accused of corruption related to construction of two dams
Panama Canal JV to pay US$850 million
Sacyr-led consortium to repay Panama Canal Authority following dispute over cost overruns
Former Leighton executive guilty
Peter Gregg found guilty of falsifying accounts at Leighton Holdings in 2011
Chinese court rules in favour of Metso
Two Chinese firms ordered to stop producing and marketing imitations of Metso’s equipment and parts
Saipem found guilty by Italian court
International contractor found guilty and fined over bribery charges
Lafarge SA under investigation
French investigators place Lafarge SA under formal investigation over Syrian cement plant
Vinci in the clear
Complaint made about Qatari subsidiary of French-based firm will not be pursued any further
Kobe Steel admits falsifying data
Japanese steelmaker shipped goods with doctored inspection certificates
Former bridge official jailed in Canadian bribery case
Michel Fournier accepted US$1.8 million from SNC-Lavalin in exchange for Montreal bridge contract
Polish motorway dispute settled
Court proceedings in longstanding row between GDDKiA and Covec over construction of sections of A2 motorway ends
Petrofac COO suspended
Oil services company investigated by the UK’s Serious Fraud Office looking into suspected bribery, corruption and money laundering
Cat HQ raided by US authorities
Investigators seize documents from three Caterpillar offices over possible tax fraud
International group to probe Odebrecht bribes
A multilateral group of officials will jointly investigate the extent of corruption stemming from the Odebrecht bribery case
OSHA dust guidelines set for airing at WOC
Experts Don Evans and David Murray to present a seminar on the US Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard compliance guidelines at World of Concrete
Odebrecht fined US$2.6 billion for bribery
Court case centred around Brazil’s largest construction firm has uncovered corruption at highest governmental levels
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