Left Out Of The Bargain: Settlement In Foreign Bribery Cases And Implication For Asset Recovery

  • Date Published 16/05/2019
Left Out Of The Bargain: Settlement In Foreign Bribery Cases And Implication For Asset Recovery
Left Out Of The Bargain: Settlement In Foreign Bribery Cases And Implication For Asset Recovery

Over the past decade, countries have increasingly used settlements—that is, any procedure short of a full trial—to conclude foreign bribery cases and have imposed billions in monetary sanctions. There exists a gap in knowledge, however, regarding settlement practices around the world and the disposition of these monetary sanctions—notably through the lens of recovery of stolen assets. Left Out of the Bargain , a study by the Stolen Asset RecoveryInitiative (StAR), provides an overview of settlement practices by civil and common law countries that have been active in the fight against foreign bribery.

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Book Chapters

  • Preliminary PagesPreliminary Pages
  • IntroductionIntroduction
  • Chapter 1Settlements In Foreign Bribery Cases
  • Chapter 2Common Threads And General Observations About Settlements
  • Chapter 3The Impact Of Settlements On Pending And Future Cases In Other Jurisdictions
  • Chapter 4Implications Of Settlements On Asset Recovery
  • Chapter 5Conclusion
  • Chapter 6Case Summaries
  • Chapter 7Appendices

Left Out Of The Bargain: Settlement In Foreign Bribery Cases And Implication For Asset Recovery

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