Liquid lunches, sporting events and the Bribery Act – will City corporate life ever be the same?
It has happened. The Bribery Act 2010 is now in force. And yet corporate entertaining has not come to a cataclysmic end, there was still plenty of City schmoozing at Wimbledon and the restaurants in the Square Mile are still doing a brisk business in three-hour lunches for pin-striped ladies and gentlemen buying and selling their wares.
Brown Rudnick’s Steven Friel examines the impact of the much-touted Bribery Act as it comes into force
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