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The Bribery Act Conference 2011

Business Crime & Regulation partner Jeremy Summers is to speak at the Bribery Act Conference 2011, held at the Hallam Conference Centre in London on Thursday 30th June 2011. The conference is hosted by Sweet & Maxwell and places can be booked via their website.

Why attend the Bribery Act Conference 2011?

The Bribery Act will come into force on 1 July 2011, repealing and replacing England’s old and much-criticised laws with a new comprehensive anti-bribery code. While the Act may change less from an individual’s perspective, it puts significant pressure on corporate entities doing business in the UK to ensure they have anti-corruption procedures in place before July 2011.This timely conference will examine in detail the impact The Bribery Act will have both on individuals and corporate entities, and tackle each of the offences covered by the Act. In attending, you will receive detailed examination of the processes and procedures that will need to be put in place, and practical guidance on how to deal with these.To ensure that you get up to date with only the areas of most interest to you, this conference may be attended as:
  • A full-day event (accredited for 5.5 CPD hours)
  • Just the morning session (accredited for 2.5 CPD hours), or
  • Just the afternoon session (accredited for 3 CPD hours)

The Bribery Act Experts

Chair
  • Professor David Ormerod, Law Commissioner
Speakers
  • Helen Garlick, Fulcrum Chambers
  • Stephen Gentle, Kingsley Napley
  • Ivan Pearce, Fulcrum Chambers
  • Monty Raphael, Peters & Peters
  • Samantha Riggs, 25 Bedford Row
  • Vivian Robinson QC, General Counsel for the SFO
  • Jeremy Summers, Russell Jones Walker
  • Dr David Thomas QC, Emeritus Fellow, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
  • Dr David Huw Williams QC, Senior Partner, Fulcrum Chambers

Where will the Bribery Act Conference 2011 be held?

The conference will be held at Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ

To book, visit the Sweet & Maxwell website.


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