Tag Archives: anti-corruption
Thailand is the latest Asian jurisdiction to strengthen its anti-graft legislation. India, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and China have all introduced anti-bribery legislation this year. The net effect is an uptick in the local enforcement risk for corporates operating in … Continue reading
India’s new anti-corruption law targets bribe-givers and establishes corporate liability offence modelled on the UK Bribery Act
India’s long-awaited Amended Prevention of Corruption Act 2018 came into force on 26 July. Originally proposed in 2013, the amendments introduce a new regime and highlight the emerging focus in Asia on supply-side bribery and corporate liability. Companies and businesses … Continue reading
Welcome to the first edition of our Anti-Corruption Regulation Legal Guide for the Middle East. We are delighted to launch this publication, which presents the legislative framework regulating bribery and corruption across arrange of Middle East jurisdictions, drawing upon the combined knowledge and experience … Continue reading
Herbert Smith Freehills assists with first prevention of corruption clause in Olympic Games host city contract
Sylvia Schenk, a consultant in our Frankfurt disputes team, has worked with global anti-corruption NGO Transparency International to secure the first prevention of corruption clause in an Olympic Games host city’s contract. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced on 31 … Continue reading
Partners Kyle Wombolt and Robert Hunt, and professional support consultant, Anita Phillips, have published two chapters for Lexology Navigator's latest Anti-corruption and Bribery publication.