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The Bribery Act for corporate lawyers

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24th May 2011

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• Where are the high risk areas for corporate lawyers?

• Joint ventures – lessons from America the US Foreign & Corrupt Practices Act experience and why it is relevant to the Bribery Act

• M&A – avoiding the pitfalls & what to look for when conducting due diligence

• M&A – if you uncover a problem in an acquisition target what should you do?

• MoJ and joint prosecutorial guidance on the Act – what a deal-maker needs to know

• Putting “adequate procedures” in the deal docs: strategic partnerships with the public sector; outsourcing/service contracts

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