After being delayed for almost a year, the new U.K. Bribery Act finally takes effect today.

The controversial and wide-ranging legislation, rushed through Parliament before the 2010 general election, was originally scheduled to take effect last October. The new law’s start date was pushed back twice, however, to allow companies to put in place what the U.K. Ministry of Justice describes as “adequate procedures” for preventing bribery.

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