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UK Bribery Act – publication of government guidance

United Kingdom - March 31 2011 The UK Ministry of Justice has published its long-awaited official guidance (the Guidance) on anti-corruption compliance procedures, which organisations should implement in order to prevent persons associated with them from committing bribery under the UK Bribery Act 2010 (the Act).

Co-authors: Obiamaka P. Madubuko.

The Bribery Act 2010 raising the bar above the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

United Kingdom, USA - September 10 2010 The UK Bribery Act 2010 ("Bribery Act") has been described as the toughest anti-corruption legislation in the world.

Co-authors: Doron F. Ezickson, John C. Kocoras.

A new front in UK anti-bribery enforcement

United Kingdom, USA - June 28 2010 The global battle against commercial bribery has advanced dramatically with the passage of the UK Bribery Act 2010 (Bribery Act).

Co-authors: John C. Kocoras.

Capital reorganisation: a potential solution to dividend blockages

United Kingdom - October 1 2009 Does your group suffer from dividend blockages in any of its English subsidiaries?

Co-authors: Peter M.W. Nias.

Pre-packaged sales in administration in the United Kingdom

United Kingdom - June 30 2009 A pre-packaged business sale (or "pre-pack") is an arrangement under which the sale of a company’s business or assets is agreed in principle with a buyer prior to the appointment of an insolvency practitioner (most commonly an administrator), who then executes the sale shortly after his or her appointment.

Co-authors: Rosa M Sanchez.