Tag: UK Bribery Act

UK Bribery Act: 2018 in review, and a few predictions – The FCPA Blog

This update is aimed primarily at non-English lawyers who work on international matters and looks back at 2018, explaining key UK enforcement trends and the most notable legal changes. The post also looks forward into 2019, summarizing the likely impact of Brexit and recent changes to prosecutorial priorities. via UK Bribery Act: 2018 in review, and a few predictions – The…

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Serious Fraud Office Makes Big Splash with UK Bribery Act Resolution with Rolls Royce | Michael Volkov – JDSupra

Rolls Royce agreed to a $800 million global settlement, including 497 million sterling under a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) (DPA) with the UK SFO; $169 million under a DPA with the Justice Department; and approximately 25 million to Brazilian authorities for bribery committed in Brazil. The UK Bribery Act settlement is the largest earned by the SFO and underscores risks…

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SFO resolves foreign bribery case with second DPA – The FCPA Blog

The UK Serious Fraud Office said Friday a court approved its second application for a deferred prosecution agreement to settle Bribery Act and related offenses committed in several foreign countries. The SFO didn’t name the company involved because of “ongoing related litigation.” But it said the company is a small or medium sized firm with a “U.S. registered parent company.”…

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Former Sarclad employees charged with bribery and corruption – Serious Fraud Office

Michael Sorby, former Director and Adrian Leek, former Sales Manager, of Sarclad Limited, appeared before Westminster Magistrates’ Court today, charged with bribery and corruption offences. Michael John Sorby, 72 and Adrian Firmin Leek, 39, of Sheffield, were both charged with one count of conspiracy to corrupt, contrary to section 1 Prevention of Corruption Act 1906 and one count of conspiracy…

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