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Bribery Law Reform

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 09 March 2010

Outdated, inadequate and piecemeal are just some of the criticisms levelled at the UK's current anti-bribery legislation. Clive Coleman and guests weigh up whether or not the Bribery Bill and proposed reforms are robust enough to achieve their aims. Penalties, plea bargains and the enforcement role of the Serious Fraud Office are examined in the light of recent cases, such as the BAE Systems settlement.

Interviewees include former Attorney General Lord Goldsmith and Monty Raphael, special counsel at Peters and Peters law firm.

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