Tag: Obstruction of justice

July 9, 2013

BP Employee Gains Dismissal on Obstruction of Justice Charge

When is a committee not a committee? When it is a subcommittee. More than just a punchline, this is one of the key facts that led a U.S. district judge recently to dismiss charges against an employee of British Petroleum arising from his statements made in response to inquiries from a Congressional subcommittee regarding the… Read More

November 10, 2010

Did Drug Company Lawyer Make False Statements to FDA?

When regulatory agencies ask major corporations to hand over documents to them as part of an ongoing investigation, there’s normally a pretty clear understanding of how things work: if the agency doesn’t receive the full set of documents it is asking for, it negotiates with the company, or ratchets up the urgency of the request,… Read More