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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.

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.

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.

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.