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Corruption & Misuse Of Public Office 3e (3rd Revised edition)

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Author(s): Nicholls, Daniel, Barcarese & Hatchard;
Classification(s): Criminal justice law; Offences against the government; Political corruption;
Readership / Audience Level: General (US: Trade)
ISBN-13: 9780198735434
ISBN-10: 019873543X
Publication Date: 31 Oct 2017
Imprint: Oxford University Press
Availability: In Print
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding / Product Type: Hardback
Pages: 1024
Dimensions: W: 177 mm / H: 252 mm
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Colin Nicholls QC, Timothy Daniel, Alan Bacarese, John Hatchard, and James Maton

  • A thoroughly revised edition of an established comprehensive and analytical work on this important and topical subject
  • Sets out the UK law relating to corruption and misuse of public office in a clear and accessible manner
  • Provides detailed coverage of anti-corruption measures in overseas jurisdictions
  • provides a complete guide to the issues arising in the handling of a corruption case, and recovery of the proceeds of corruption under criminal and civil law
  • Detailed examination of the efforts to combat corruption and support good governance in both the public and private sectors
  • Written by leading practitioners informed by their extensive international experience of handling corruption cases

New to this Edition:

  • Fully revised coverage of sector specific initiatives including a new chapter on corruption in sport
  • A new chapter expanding the coverage of the FCPA
  • Detailed coverage of the mechanisms to recover the proceeds of corruption
  • A new chapter on setting standards in the private sector
  • Fully revised coverage of regulation of conduct in public life to include lobbying and the move towards open government

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Reviews

Corruption and other similar types of offences are pernicious in nature. In the present poor socio-economic climate, the emergence of resources to help in the fight against such types of actions is to be appreciated even more. This book is one of such resources. Its contribution to the legal understanding of corruption/bribery is immense. * Rhonson Salim, Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education * This book enables practitioners to handle any aspect of a corruption case by providing them with detailed analysis of the international efforts to combat corruption, and the legal developments taking place in key jurisdictions and regions covered by UN, EU, OECD, the Commonwealth, as well as important regions initiatives. * Asad Jamal, Journal of Law and Social Research * This book seeks to fill an important gap in the literature by bringing together, in one source, a wide range of primary and secondary legislation along with international treaties and other documents. As well as considering UK and ECHR law the book draws upon a vast amount of international literature and laws, recognising that corruption has little regard for national borders. * Andrew Keogh, Crimeline, May 2006 * This book fills a large gap and will, I predict, prove to be a valuable tool for those bent on attacking an evil that, if unchecked, can infect the life of a nation * Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, former President of the UK Supreme Court * Reviews from previous edition I have described earlier editions of Corruption as 'indispensible'. For this edition, I make the logical point: it would be irresponsible for it not to be within reach of any professional adviser. * Jeremy Carver, CBE * This worthy manual on bribery and corruption is a must for a practitioner's toolbox, but it is also precisely the type of practical book that public officials and advanced students should use. For all its theoretical foundations, law is at its core an applied profession and this book can inform and teach its subject with grace and - in places - even eloquence. * Saamir Nizam, The British Journal of White Collar Crime *

Author Biography

Colin Nicholls QC of 3 Raymond Buildings is a leading international criminal lawyer specializing in complex commercial crime cases, extradition, criminal mutual assistance, human rights and war crimes. He was a member of the Law Commission's informal advisory group on bribery in 2007 and gave evidence to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Bribery Bill in 2009. He is a member of the Law Commission's judicial and practitioner advisory group on reforming the offence of misconduct in public office and was a member of TI/UK's Taskforce on a proposal to introduce Unexplained Wealth Orders, work which led to their introduction in the Criminal Finances Bill. He has been a part time judge and is an Honorary Life President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association. Tim Daniel is an independent consultant in London with the US firm Cooley LLP, the successor in title to his previous law firms. He continues to practise public international law, and to be engaged in asset recovery matters for States. He is a former hon. Joint Treasurer of the British Branch of the ILA and a former Treasurer of the Commonwealth lawyers Association. Alan Bacarese is a leading specialist in corruption (domestic and trans national), money laundering, mutual legal assistance and fraud, with a wealth of experience as a former UK Senior Crown Prosecutor and the first Head of Legal and Case Consultancy at the International Centre for Asset Recovery, Basel, Switzerland. Alan Bacarese is currently Director of Anti-Corruption Asset Recovery at international consultancy Stream House AG and an External Member of the Inter-American Banks Sanctions Committee. James Maton is the London Head of Litigation of law firm Cooley. His anti-corruption practice includes advising companies on effective training and compliance programs, internal reviews and enquiries, and responding to external investigations. James has advised Governments worldwide on cases to recover the proceeds of corruption or compensation for corrupt acts, including acting in civil cases in London and strategic management of programmes of cases internationally. He has also advised developing countries on the legislation and systems required to recover proceeds of corruption. He was a member of TI(UK)s Taskforce on a proposal to introduce Unexplained Wealth Orders, work which led to their introduction in the Criminal Finances Bill. John Hatchard is Professor of Law at the University of Buckingham, School of Law; co- Director of the University of Buckingham Centre for Extractive Energy Studies and a Vice-President of the Commonwealth Legal Education Association. He has taught at universities in Australia, the United States, Zambia and Zimbabwe and has written widely on criminal law, human rights and good governance issues with particular reference to the Commonwealth and Africa.

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