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Anti Bribery and Corruption Articles

Investigating bribery is an increasingly high priority for authorities around the world.

Anti Bribery and Corruption Articles

Investigating bribery is an increasingly high priority for authorities around the world. If you or your company are the subjects of such an investigation you need to know how to respond – immediately.

LEGAL ARTICLE

CORRUPTION: HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF

It was recently reported that FIFA was investigating the terms of the deal that saw Paul Pogba move from Juventus to Manchester United for £89M; making him the world’s most costly player.

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By Azizur Rahman  23 June 2017
4 min read

LEGAL ARTICLE

BRIBERY – FAILING TO PREVENT IT

The authorities are looking very closely at allegations that Rolls-Royce used teams of agents to help it land contracts in a dozen or more countries. Not for the first time, we have a major company having to explain the methods it used to s...

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By Azizur Rahman  29 November 2016
3 min read

LEGAL ARTICLE

BITTER PILL

AstraZeneca has become the latest global drug maker to face financial penalties as part of a probe into companies that paid bribes to boost sales. In paying $5.5M to settle the allegations, it has shown both the damage bribery can cause to ...

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By Nicola Sharp  15 September 2016
3 min read

LEGAL ARTICLE

INSECURE

The SFO has been granted extra money by the government to assess whether ENRC used bribery to secure mining contracts abroad. But is it only ENRC who should be taking heed of this? Certainly not.

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By Azizur Rahman  31 August 2016
3 min read