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  • 08 Apr 2019 9:30 AM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    The Select Committee on the Bribery Act 2010 has published its post-legislative scrutiny report, concluding that the Act is exemplary. Following 23 oral evidence sessions and 61 written submissions, the Committee agreed with the view of the witnesses and other contributors that the Act is working well, and is an example to other countries, especially developing countries.


  • 31 Mar 2019 9:49 PM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) is suing the UK's fraud agency for £70m over its conduct during a long-running probe into alleged corruption at the Kazakh miner.


  • 31 Mar 2019 9:24 PM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    Former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has hit back at allegations he requested information on a company which later became a client of his wife’s law firm.


  • 31 Mar 2019 9:09 PM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    Settlements and Non-Trial Agreements by Parties to the Anti-Bribery Convention


  • 30 Mar 2019 8:58 PM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    A DPA system similar to that of England and Wales would represent a significant change in Scottish criminal practice, says Stocker.


  • 24 Mar 2019 10:05 PM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    The UK's 2010 Bribery Act has created "an international gold standard for anti-bribery and corruption legislation", with little need for major improvements, according to a House of Lords select committee.


  • 17 Mar 2019 11:45 PM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    The Court of Appeal has held that a seller paying a fee to an acquisition agent without the buyer's knowledge does not render the contract for sale void or voidable.


  • 18 Feb 2019 11:12 AM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    SFO alleges Maroun Semaan was complicit in six counts concerning multi-million-dollar scheme


  • 18 Feb 2019 11:10 AM | Jo Buckley (Administrator)

    A new study from Carnegie Mellon University suggests that greed, and not the willingness to return the favor, is the main reason people give in to bribery. But the research also finds there are times when the almighty buck can be ignored and effects of a bribe can be lessened.


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