8136009 - 2011-10-21 23:30:35
where do i start on this?
ofroitzheim - 2011-10-22 11:45:15
Fist of all here: http://trans-lex.org/938000
There you find some references about this topic (some of them in citable full text).In Particular http://trans-lex.org/output.php?docid=500200&markid=938000 might be of importance to you.
ofroitzheim - 2011-11-02 11:43:36
Please be informed that the Trans-Lex Principle dealing with bribery (http://www.trans-lex.org/938000) is now accompanied by an (official) comment bei the TransLex Team.
Guest: Daniel - 2011-11-16 21:53:47
Why would the OECD be of particular importance? OECD is mainly on public officials.
ofroitzheim - 2011-11-17 03:33:29
If you are referring to the UN Convention you are right that this is public law. However, there are also some notions of what rules should be in force for the private sector (http://trans-lex.org/output.php?docid=500200#head-26).
Guest: Daniel - 2011-11-17 20:55:25
The assistent has been convicted for bribery and the news paper articles are to be taken as true. I don't think you can argue that there was no bribery and then I don't see the importance in a convention that can indicate whether something is bribery.
ofroitzheim - 2011-11-20 00:20:31
Actually the question was "where to start" and not "what must be cited in the memorandum".
Guest: USA - 2011-11-28 08:59:31
why so little authority on taint. frustrating. dont know what to do.
ofroitzheim - 2011-11-28 17:35:43
have you already checked this link? http://trans-lex.org/938000