Broadening Corporate Criminal Liability in England and Wales

Under the U.K. Bribery Act and recent case law, it is very difficult for corporations to be held liable for the actions of their executives, employees or third parties in England and Wales, and a new commission is examining whether corporate criminal liability should be expanded. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with Lloydette Bai-Marrow, a former SFO prosecutor and the founding partner of ParaMetric Global Consulting, a white collar crime investigations consultancy, about her views on the growing momentum to reform criminal corporate liability laws in England and Wales and what she sees as a complex, but necessary discussion that may result in seismic changes to the legal landscape there. See “As the U.K. Bribery Act Turns Seven, Experts Take Its Pulse” (Jul. 25, 2018).

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