Law Society, CLLS and Fraud Lawyers Association Respond to UK Government Review of the Bribery Act
October 1, 2018
On July 31, 2018, in response to a review of the Bribery Act 2010 conducted by the UK Government, the Law Society, the City of London Law Society and the Fraud Lawyers Association published a joint response to the UK Government’s call for evidence on the enforcement and effectiveness of the legislation.
As is common practice for significant UK legislation, a committee of the House of Lords was established in May 2018 to conduct a post-legislative review of the Bribery Act. To date, the committee has received 41 written submissions to its call for written evidence, which has now closed, and the committee is currently gathering oral evidence.
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