Getting the Deal Through: Anti-Corruption Regulation 2015

April 2015

Sedgwick Chudleigh attorneys Alex Potts and Chen Foley contributed a chapter on Bermuda’s anti-corruption laws to the 2015 edition of the international guide, Getting the Deal Through: Anti-Corruption Regulation. This marks the second year Sedgwick Chudleigh’s attorneys have contributed to the guide, having also authored the chapter on Bermuda in the 2014 edition of the book. The publication is designed to assist businesses, government agencies and public servants in assessing the current state of Bermuda’s anti-corruption and good governance laws from a business and policy perspective.
Bringing together concise explanations of important legislative and regulatory matters that arise in business deals and disputes in 43 jurisdictions worldwide, the book presents a country-by-country overview of anti-corruption jurisprudence in chapters written by legal experts from around the globe. The Bermuda chapter reviews the international conventions in force in Bermuda and discusses domestic and foreign bribery and corruption laws, the legal framework, financial record keeping, enforcement, recent decisions and investigations involving corruption and bribery, and analysis of emerging trends in the law.
A PDF copy of the Bermuda chapter is available above.
Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Anti-Corruption Regulation 2015, (published in March 2015; contributing editor: Homer E Moyer Jr, Miller & Chevalier Chartered). For further information, please visit