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The Isle of Man bolsters its regulatory standards with the new Bribery Act 2013

  The Isle of Man is an unusual place. Constitutionally it is a dependency of the British Crown and depends on Britain in matters of defence and foreign affairs. But it isn’t part of the United Kingdom and has a separate legal system. The island has made the most of its differences by creating an … Continue Reading

UK Bribery Act: delays in implementation

This post was also written by Kirsty O’Connor. Quelle surprise! The Ministry of Justice has recently announced that the UK Bribery Act will not come into force until April 2011 (six months later than previously suggested). The legislation that was rushed through before the recent general election needs some fine tuning, or at least a … Continue Reading