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"Bribery" In Football: What Are The Legal Consequences?
Antitrust & Competition, Government Investigations, Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense, antitrust, competition, white-collar
UK
29 Nov 2013
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SFO Sweeping The Focus To Construction And Energy Industries
In a recent speech, David Green, the Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) stated that the agency would adopt a "sweep" approach, focusing on specific industries, to identify businesses which might be breaking the law.
UK
16 Nov 2013
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UK Bribery: Construction In The Cross-Hairs
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has made clear that its anti-bribery investigations are focussed on two industries in particular: construction and energy. Construction firms especially are under-prepared for the risks which this new approach will bring, and need to take action quickly. The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has made clear that its anti-bribery investigations are focussed on two industries in particular: construction and energy. Construction firms especially are under-prepared for the r
UK
16 Nov 2013
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Finally... The Serious Fraud Office (The "SFO") Has Brought Its First Charges Under The UK Bribery Act And, As Feared, It Concerns The Energy Market
Charges have been brought against four individuals in connection with a £23 million fraud at Sustainable AgroEnergy, whose parent company, Sustainable Growth Group, is in administration.
UK
16 Aug 2013
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UK Bribery Act: Reducing The Red Tape
The Financial Times has reported that a review of the UK Bribery Act is set to be announced next month as the UK government seeks to reduce the cost of compliance for small- and medium-sized businesses.
UK
10 Jun 2013
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Key Role Of Senior Management In The Two Largest Ever FSA Anti-Bribery Fines
The UK Bribery Act 2010 has increased the focus placed on anti-bribery and anti-corruption not only by the Serious Fraud Office (‘SFO’) but also by the Financial Services Authority (‘FSA’).
UK
1 Mar 2012
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