Former Crompton exec to plead guilty to price-fixing charges

From Rubber & Plastics News

Washington-Former Crompton Corp./Uniroyal Chemical executive Joseph Eisenberg has agreed to plead guilty to participating in an international conspiracy to fix prices in the rubber chemicals market, the US Department of Justice said.

Eisenberg, 61 and a 38-year veteran of Crompton and Uniroyal Chemical, could face a prison sentence of up to three years and a fine of up to $350 000, the Justice Department said. Eisenberg has agreed to assist the government in its ongoing rubber chemicals investigation, the agency said.


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