A radical -- and to many, long overdue -- overhaul of the United Kingdom's bribery and corruption laws looks set to take place following a new report by the Law Commission of England and Wales. The existing U.K. anti-corruption regime, which is largely drawn from three statutes passed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, has been heavily criticized for having little impact in policing bribery and corruption at British companies.
A Dose of Reform for British Bribery Laws
The American Lawyer
November 24, 2008