In July 1990, then-Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago Selwyn Richardson obtained a settlement from Tesoro Petroleum for some $7.5 million in connection with the company's bribery case. The law firm of Wilmer Cutler in Washington, DC was counsel to the government. (Source: Trinidad and Tobago, House of Representatives Parliamentary Proceedings, July 27, 1990.)
According to the summary by the University of West Indies Library of Mr. O'Halloran's papers, in 1983, Mr. O'Halloran was charged by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago.with accepting bribes. (Source: The University of the West Indies at St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, The Alma Jordan Library, Special Collections, "O'Halloran Papers," accessed at http://www.mainlib.uwi.tt/divisions/wi/collsp/summaries/ohalloran.htm.)
Trinidad and Tobago, House of Representatives Parliamentary Proceedings, July 27, 1990; The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago v. Tesoro Petroleum Corporation, et al, 1:89-civ-01663-LLS (S.D.N.Y.) (filed March 10, 1989; settled and closed June 29, 1990), case files not available through Pacer but cause of action was civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. See also, US v. Rodriguez (Sam P. Wallace Co.), Case No. 83-0044 (D.P.R.), Information filed March 11, 1983, accessed at Trace International Compendium.