GIR publishes its second annual, practical guide for external and
Hard copies of the publication, which have margin cross referencing and are fully indexed, are available in our shop or as part of a GIR subscription.
New for the second edition
In the United Kingdom, some eagerly awaited English court decisions have raised significant legal privilege implications, and new corporate offences related to tax evasion have been introduced. In the United States, despite a new administration, the FCPA’s enhanced enforcement project – the Pilot Program – has been extended. We have also included substantive chapters covering extraterritoriality considerations from both the US and UK perspectives. Further, Part II now covers 16 jurisdictions, including China and Nigeria.
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