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The OECD Convention on Bribery

The OECD Convention on Bribery
A Commentary

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Ingeborg Zerbes, Mark Pieth, Peter J. Cullen, Gregory S. Bruch, Akita Adkins, Maurice Harari, Anne Valerie Julen Berthod, Nicola Bonucci, Lucinda A. Low
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  • Date Published: March 2007
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521868174

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  • The OECD Convention is the first major international treaty specifically to address 'supply-side bribery' by sanctioning the briber. The OECD Convention establishes an international standard for compliance with anti-corruption rules by 36 countries, including the 30 OECD members and six non-member countries, with the leading OECD exporting countries receiving particular attention. This book is an article-by-article commentary which gives particular attention to the results of the OECD monitoring process as applied to state implementation. Companies in particular are at ever greater risk of legal and 'reputational' damage resulting from failure to comply with the anti-corruption standards set inter alia, by the OECD Convention. This book provides them with comprehensive guidance on the OECD standards. The commentary also constitutes a significant work of comparative criminal law. It is written and edited by persons who include experts involved in development of the Convention standards as well as academics and legal practitioners.

    • This is the first book to give detailed commentary on OECD Convention: there is urgent need to provide guidance to legal community on this instrument, which has been implemented recently in national law
    • Comprehensive coverage of implementation of anti-bribery Convention in all OECD countries
    • Scholarly but practical: written from a legal standpoint but with awareness of political context and practical constraints on enforcement
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    • Date Published: March 2007
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521868174
    • length: 652 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 163 x 45 mm
    • weight: 1.187kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Article 1. The offence of bribery of foreign public officials Ingeborg Zerbes
    Article 2. The responsibility of legal persons Mark Pieth
    Article 3. Sanctions Peter J. Cullen
    Article 3(3). Seizure and confiscation Mark Pieth
    Article 4. Jurisdiction Mark Pieth
    Article 5. Enforcement Peter J. Cullen
    Article 6. Statute of limitations Peter Cullen
    Article 7. Money laundering Mark Pieth
    Article 8. Accounting Gregory S. Bruch and Akita Adkins
    Article 9. Mutual legal assistance Maurice Harari and Anne Valerie Julen Berthod
    Article 10. Extradition Maurice Harari and Anne Valerie Julen Berthod
    Article 11. Responsible authorities Maurice Harari and Anne Valerie Julen Berthod
    Article 12. Monitoring and follow-up Nicola Bonucci
    Article13-17. Final provisions Nicola Bonucci
    18. The OECD convention - A US perspective on combating bribery in international business Lucinda A. Low
    Bibliography.

  • Editors

    Mark Pieth, Universität Basel, Switzerland
    Professor of Criminal Law at Basel University in Switzerland.

    Lucinda A. Low, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
    Partner in the law firm Lachat Harari & Associates, Geneva, Switzerland.

    Peter J. Cullen, Academy of European Law, Trier
    Head of the European criminal law section at the Academy of European Law, Trier, Germany.

    Contributors

    Ingeborg Zerbes, Mark Pieth, Peter J. Cullen, Gregory S. Bruch, Akita Adkins, Maurice Harari, Anne Valerie Julen Berthod, Nicola Bonucci, Lucinda A. Low

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