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Anti-Corruption Regulation

in 29 jurisdictions worldwide

This volume captures the growing anti-corruption jurisprudence that is developing around the globe. Comprising expert summaries of countries’ anticorruption laws and enforcement policies,…

Arbitration

in 45 jurisdictions worldwide

Arbitration contains expert local insight into arbitration laws and institutions worldwide, providing essential ‘need to know’ answers to the fundamental questions facing corpora…

Asset Recovery

in 22 jurisdictions worldwide

Perpetrators of fraud and corruption have increasingly benefited from the quickening technological changes that make it simple to break down barriers across international borders when dea…

Defence & Security Procurement

in 13 jurisdictions worldwide

Defence & Security Procurement provides a thorough overview of the legislation and regulation governing this global multi-billion dollar industry. Topics covered include: legal frameworks…

Risk & Compliance Management

in 13 jurisdictions worldwide

Risk & Compliance Management addresses the growing awareness in organisations of their legal risks and of the pressing need for diligent risk management. Topics covered include: definitio…
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