Letter from the Editor, May 2016

In this issue, Aidan Colclough explains why the possibility of facing huge fines or prosecution as a result of falling foul of the UK Bribery Act or the FCPA, should not dissuade small and medium sized enterprises from taking advantage of the potential for high growth in emerging markets overseas.

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Nick Burkill

Nick Burkill

About Nick Burkill

Nick Burkill is Co-head of Advocacy in the London office of Dorsey and Whitney and the co-chair of the firm’s Anti-Corruption Practice Group. He is ranked as one of the top commercial and fraud litigators in the UK and identified by the Chambers UK directory as an expert on the UK’s Bribery Act. He has extensive experience in domestic and international investigations and disputes concerning fraud and corruption. Nick is an accredited mediator, solicitor advocate and a regular speaker and commentator.

Contact Details:
Tel: +44 (0)20 7826 4583
Email: burkill.nick@dorsey.com

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