CCI Execs Target Travel Act Charges In FCPA Case

Law360, New York (June 14, 2011, 7:34 PM EDT) -- Former executives and employees of valve control maker Control Components Inc. asked a California federal judge Monday to throw out part of the bribery case against them, saying prosecutors overreached when they applied a law covering domestic corruption to foreign acts.

Former CEO Stuart Carson and his wife, Hong "Rose" Carson, a sales manager, joined with two other defendants to ask the court to toss out four counts in the indictment, all of which are related to alleged Travel Act violations in a case that otherwise...
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