Burges Salmon contributes to Global Trade and Customs Journal

In a special issue of the Kluwer Law Global Trade and Customs Journal, our Business Crime lawyers consider the UK’s approach to bribery and corruption

17 November 2021

In a special issue of the Kluwer Law Global Trade and Customs Journal directed at issues of corruption at the border in jurisdictions around the world, Burges Salmon has contributed the article focused on the UK’s approach to issues of bribery and corruption.

In the article, David Hall, Laura Beament and Sam Aldous of our Business Crime and Regulatory Investigations practice set out thoughts on a range of issues including:

  • The UK’s historic approach to bribery and corruption;
  • The Bribery Act 2010, and its impact on businesses and the approach of law enforcement; and
  • The impact of Brexit on corruption issues at UK borders.

You can access the Journal (Volume 16, Issue 9 (2021)) and the UK-focused article below.

Key contact

David Hall

David Hall Partner

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Banking Disputes
  • Business Crime and Regulatory Investigations

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