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30 Apr 2012
Organisations that believe anti-corruption laws introduced in the UK last year are not being enforced are too blasé and risk falling foul of the rules, an expert has said. Meanwhile, managers have claimed that the laws put UK firms at a disadvantage....
23 Apr 2012
Legislation to set out a framework that would allow businesses and prosecutors to negotiate punishments for criminal activity is being drafted and will be consulted on in June, according to a Sunday newspaper.
02 Apr 2012
Criticism over the lack of detail that has emerged from corruption case settlements only serves to reinforce the need for deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) to be introduced in the UK, an expert has said.