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09.02
Corporate bribery offence cases show early self-reporting and engagement can result in more lenient treatment https://t.co/7ZYPvBlBFR
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09.02
As Bribery Act enforcement hots up, these are our top tips for ensuring effective compliance https://t.co/WkTNf8sQ3m
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09.02
Under the Bribery Act 2010 a company does not need to actively carry out the offence or even be aware of it https://t.co/GSk2ELoCWl
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08.02
Recent cases highlight that authorities are increasing their enforcement efforts in relation to the Bribery Act https://t.co/FmJuCE3pMy
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08.02
Looking to better understand the employment law landscape? Join us for free Aberdeen seminar 23/2 https://t.co/kGRCqyAbVT
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08.02
We expect harsher punishment in latest Bribery Act case, given the lack of a DPA https://t.co/upjzkvKOHs
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08.02
ICBC Standard Bank faced investigations from authorities around the world after failing to prevent bribery https://t.co/ji0XjLFfeF
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08.02
The UK Government claims that the Scotland Bill will make Holyrood the most powerful devolved assembly in the world https://t.co/2uKpI8VbIi
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08.02
Bribery Act enforcement efforts should serve as a warning to companies, especially regarding third parties https://t.co/Yr5OlcjhU5
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05.02
Bank charged with corruption became the first company to benefit from a Deferred Prosecution Agreement recently https://t.co/6obYNWYfO3
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05.02
Latest MMS update covers the powers to be transferred to Holyrood under the Scotland Bill https://t.co/lg8mlkzCbr
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05.02
Top tip by MMS Ambassador @KeriannePayne Great training session can be ruined by not refuelling your body properly https://t.co/OU4k4FRlom
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05.02
Bribery Act self-reporting scheme in Scotland means firms that co-operate fully may escape criminal prosecution https://t.co/YQWxqgBv1Q
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05.02
SFO 'applauded' ICBC Standard Bank's frankness in coming forward, but it still paid around $40m in settlements https://t.co/W3HtbHxH03
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05.02
Firm which self-reported Bribery Act failings to the Scottish Crown Office paid Ā£212,800 in civil order https://t.co/fyIFRHLgaC
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22 February 2012 

New procurement regulations for Scotland expected early in 2012.

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New procurement regulations for Scotland expected early in 2012. http://t.co/wRir695L


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