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Lissack and Horlick on Bribery

Lissack and Horlick on Bribery

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In this Second Edition we have expanded considerably the reach and scope of this book. The gravity of the issues it covers is reflected in the calibre and stature of contributors who have each given of their expertise to make this edition even more authoritative than the first edition was. We are honoured that the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales has provided the Foreword focussing on the application of Deferred Prosecution Agreements to corporate bribery and corruption in what is widely regarded as a significant realignment in the ability of law enforcement agencies to bring corporations to account in a way familiar to many who practice in other jurisdictions already equipped with a similar means of determining corporate liability. New is the chapter on Deferred Prosecution Agreements written by Sir Edward Gamier, QC who as Her Majesty's Solicitor General was prominent in bringing this regime into law together with distinguished practitioners Luke Tolaini and Chris Stott respectively a partner and an associate at Clifford Chance LLP. The chapter on Adequate Procedures to which Jonathan Cotton, a partner at Slaughter and May LLP continues to contribute has been expanded and enhanced by work done by Patricia Barratt, the Director of Anti Brib¬ery Compliance at Clifford Chance LLP and Judith Seddon, Partner Clifford Chance LLP. This edition has a new chapter on sport to which Ben Sigler an associate at Stephenson Harwood LLP and Nicolas Lewis a solicitor at Eastwoods Law have each contributed. The international dimension has been considerably enhanced: the US FCPA chapter has been reworked by the renowned team at Hughes Hubbard LLP led by Ed Little in New York and Kevin Abikoff in Washington and new chapters covering the Middle East written by Ali Almihdar, the eminent dual qualified Saudi lawyer and English barrister, and Russia, China and Latin America to which Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's Maxim Kulkov, Counsel and John Choong, partner, both contributed.
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Contents
Chapter 1     History and Context
Chapter 2     UK Legislation prior to the Bribery Act 2010
Chapter 3     The Bribery Act 2010
Chapter 4     When it benefit a bride?
Chapter 5     'Adequate procedures' in practice
Chapter 6     NGOs and other National and International Organisations
Chapter 7     The Bribery Act and sport
Chapter 8     Other Fields
Chapter 9     The Prosecuting Authorities
Chapter 10    Deferred Prosecution agreements
Chapter 11    Penalties and Remedies 
Chapter 12    The International Perspective ; lessons from US Authorities Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt
                        Practices Act
Chapter 13    Combating Bribery under the Shariah and modern Arab and the Gulf Cooperation Council Laws
Chapter 14    The International perspective - Russia , China and Latin America
Appendix 1 to Appendix 7
Index

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