Our white collar crimes and investigations practice group recently contributed to the Nigerian chapter on Bribery and Corruption 2019 in the Sixth Edition of Global Legal Insights guide (GLI). GLI Bribery and Corruption 2019 was edited by Jonathan Pickworth and Joanna Dimmock of White & Case, London offices.
The Bribery and Corruption 2019 covers topical issues on law and enforcement regimes, recent enforcement activity and policy, investigations, decision-making and enforcement, and proposed reforms in 29 jurisdictions.
The guide also highlighted the anti-corruption effort in 29 jurisdictions drawn from the experience of leading lawyers and thought leaders. We authored the Nigerian chapter. The chapter considered an overview of cross-border issues, whistleblowing policy, corporate liability for bribery and corruption, civil administrative enforcement procedure, the trend in enforcement action and trend in enforcement action.
Please find the link to read the Nigerian chapter of the guide here.
Access the full range of jurisdictions here.
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