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Deferred Prosecution Agreement scheme and failure to prevent bribery offence for Australia
This new offence of failing to prevent foreign bribery is part of the reforms to the anti-bribery and corruption regime.
Australia
12 Dec 2017
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New false accounting offences bolsters bribery toolbox for Australian Federal Police
These new false accounting crimes have significant consequences for Australian corporations, employees and contractors.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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Update on World Bank’s enforcement efforts
The World Bank's Integrity Vice Presidency is an independent unit within the Bank to investigate bank project misconduct.
Australia
25 Feb 2014
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New Indonesian website imposes social sanction on corruptors
Korupedia, a new Indonesian website listing individuals convicted of corruption, is a move towards greater transparency.
Indonesia
9 Aug 2012
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Key compliance takeaways from the Halliburton shareholder derivative action settlement
The settlement terms give guidance on good corporate governance and show ways to incorporate anti-corruption standards.
United States
9 Aug 2012
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New compliance tools for anti-corruption confirm a trend towards independent assurance and certification
This Framework is an anti-corruption tool for companies to assist them in designing robust anti-corruption programmes.
UK
8 Aug 2012
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Sophisticated parties, legal advice given, effect of signed document changed by the Court to reflect parties’ true intention
In Thiess Pty Ltd v. Flsmidth Minerals Pty Ltd [2010] QSC 6, Thiess Pty Ltd (Thiess) was engaged to design and construct three calciners, which are thermal treatment processors, for an aluminium plant. Thiess engaged Flsmidth Minerals Pty Ltd (Flsmidth) to carry out most of the design work.
Australia
8 Dec 2010
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UK Bribery Act 2010 - Adequate Procedures
As the UK Bribery Act will come into force in April 2011, corporate entities (including partnerships) which carry on part of their business in the UK need to ensure that by that date they have in place adequate procedures which may provide a defence to the strict liability offence of failure to prevent bribery.
Australia
23 Sep 2010
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A Not-So Informative Information Memorandum
A decision of the Federal Court provides some useful reminders about misrepresentations by financial brokers and reliance on statements passed on by those brokers.
Australia
20 Aug 2010
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Franchisee Under Reporting - Termination for Fraud?
It is an unfortunate fact of running a franchise network based on a royalty income stream, that from time to time a Franchisor will uncover evidence of franchisees under reporting the gross income of their businesses. In these circumstances, Franchisor's wish to understand their rights to terminate the Franchise Agreement for fraud.
Australia
30 Jun 2010
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