|FCPA Groups||Total Sanction|
|Eagle Bus's Involvement in Canada in 1989||$ 550|
|Novak's Involvement in Liberia in 2002||$ 200|
|Allied Products's Involvement in Russia in 1992||$ 100|
|Titan's Involvement in Iraq in 2005||$ 100|
|FBI Sting Involving an Executive Employed by a Defense Contractor in Jacksonville, Florida||$ 100|
For each monetary range represented on the navigation bar, this heat map identifies the number of FCPA Groups filed since the statute's enactment for which the aggregate dollar value of sanctions imposed on all defendants to all Enforcement Actions within the Group falls within that range. The navigation bar organizes the data by count and color, putting the sanctions range with the largest number of FCPA Groups at the top in red, and the sanctions range with the fewest number of FCPA Groups on the bottom in yellow. Sanctions are adjusted to avoid double counting that could otherwise occur when, for example, sanctions are imposed jointly and severally on multiple defendants or a single sanction imposed on a parent entity is deemed to resolve claims against multiple different subsidiaries in multiple different enforcement actions. "No Sanction" means that no monetary sanctions were imposed on any defendant to any Enforcement Action within the FCPA Group. See About Us - Datasets for definitions of "Enforcement Action" and "FCPA Group."