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Collective Action as a competitive advantage: don’t go alone

Global - March 19 2015 In 2007, shipping a container from a business located in Sub-Saharan Africa, India and Brazil was, on average, twice as expensive and...

Hari Jon.

The treatment of bribes and secret commissions in civil litigation

United Kingdom - January 5 2015 The Supreme Court has enhanced the scope for recovery of bribes or secret commissions received by an agent in breach of its fiduciary duty to its...

Andrew Sheftel.

Anti-corruption Collective Action: why now?

Global - January 5 2015 Collective Action is not a new concept but it is gaining growing attention from businesses, NGOs and policymakers as a tool to fight corruption...

Hari Jon.

Sentencing of corporate offenders for fraud, bribery and money laundering

United Kingdom - October 1 2014 On 31 January 2014, the Sentencing Council for England and Wales published its definitive guidelines on the sentencing of corporates found guilty of...

Ian Michael Pegram, Neil O'May.

Anti-bribery and corruption in the UK and Netherlands - a comparative view

Netherlands, United Kingdom - July 7 2014 A comparative analysis of the recent British Bankers Association Anti-Bribery and Corruption Guidance and the Dutch Central Bank Guidance...

Recep Altun, Neil O'May.