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New SFO Bribery Act policies: what will they mean for corporates in practice?

United Kingdom - October 17 2012 On 9 October the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) released its revised policies on facilitation payments, corporate hospitality (business expenditure) and corporate self-reporting.

Co-authors: Clare Semple.


Confiscation of dividends by the SFO: implications for investors

United Kingdom - January 13 2012 Investing in companies embroiled in corruption may pose more risks than previously identified in light of recent developments in the SFO proceedings against Mabey & Johnson.

Co-authors: Sona Ganatra, Allan Taylor, Charlie Monteith.


UK Bribery Act now in force

United Kingdom - July 1 2011 The UK Bribery Act comes into force today.

Co-authors: Jürgen Detlef W. Klengel, Sona Ganatra, George J. Terwilliger, III, Charlie Monteith.


China's new anti-corruption law goes into effect May 1, 2011

China - April 19 2011 China joins growing list of nations providing criminal sanctions for bribery of foreign officials by domestic companies.

Co-authors: Darryl S. Lew, George J. Terwilliger, III, Daniel Levin, Charlie Monteith.


Bribery Act guidance: a common sense, risk-based approach

United Kingdom - March 31 2011 Further to our last client alert on the Bribery Act, the government has published its long-awaited "Guidance about procedures which relevant commercial organisations can put into place to prevent persons associated with them from bribing" and has confirmed that the Act will now come into force on 1 July this year.

Co-authors: Jürgen Detlef W. Klengel, Sona Ganatra, George J. Terwilliger, III, Charlie Monteith.

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