ATM Maker To Plead Guilty In False Merger Docs Probe

Law360, New York (August 15, 2011, 7:02 PM EDT) -- South Korean ATM maker Nautilus Hyosung Holdings Inc. agreed Monday to plead guilty and pay $200,000 to settle charges in Washington federal court alleging it interfered with the U.S. government's antitrust review of its plans to buy rival Triton Systems of Delaware Inc.

Nautilus Hyosung said it would plead guilty to two counts of obstruction of justice for submitting false documents during the preliminary review of its proposed — and eventually abandoned — deal for Triton.

Though the maximum fine for obstruction of justice is $500,000...
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