London Jury Convicts Ex-Alstom Exec Of Bribery In SFO Win
Law360 (December 19, 2018, 1:18 PM EST) -- A London jury on Wednesday convicted a former Alstom Power Ltd. sales executive of conspiring to bribe politicians and employees at a Lithuanian power plant to score €240 million ($274 million) in contracts, the latest conviction in a corruption probe that has cost the French rail giant £18 million ($22.8 million) in penalties.
A London jury on Wednesday convicted former Alstom Power executive Nicholas Reynolds of conspiring to bribe officials at a Lithuanian power plant to secure $274 million in contracts. (Getty)
Jurors convicted Nicholas Reynolds, who had been the global sales director at the company's boiler retrofits unit, of conspiracy...
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