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The Bribery Act part 2: what are adequate procedures?

United Kingdom - March 31 2011 Following last autumn's consultation on the procedures which commercial organisations can put in place to prevent bribes being paid on their behalf, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has on 30 March 2011 published its final version of the guidance (the "Guidance")....

Graham More, Nichola Peters, Daniel Hudson, Susannah Cogman, Elizabeth Head.


Egypt and libyan sanctions regime

Libya, United Kingdom, Egypt - March 24 2011 On 21 March a new sanctions regime was imposed as regards certain Egyptian nationals and there were further amendments to the Libyan sanctions....

Graham More, Kerri Scott, Nichola Peters, Daniel Hudson, Susannah Cogman.


The Libyan sanctions regime

Libya, United Kingdom - March 11 2011 On 27 February 2011 the Libya (Financial Sanctions) Order 2011 came into force in the UK, and was subsequently supplemented by the Libya (Asset-Freezing) Regulations 2011....

Graham More, Kerri Scott, Nichola Peters, Daniel Hudson, Susannah Cogman.


Sanctions imposed on Libya by the United Nations, the European Union and the UK

Libya, United Kingdom, European Union, Global - March 7 2011 On 27 February 2011 the Libya (Financial Sanctions) Order 2011 (the "Order") came into force in the UK....

Graham More, Kerri Scott, Nichola Peters, Daniel Hudson, Susannah Cogman.


Delay to full implementation of the Bribery Act 2010

United Kingdom - February 11 2011 Under S7 of the Bribery Act 2010 it is a defence to a charge against an organisation of failing to prevent bribery if the organisation can show it had adequate procedures designed to prevent persons associated with the organisation from undertaking such conduct....

Graham More, Nichola Peters, Daniel Hudson, Susannah Cogman.