The Bribery Act makes it an offence for anyone to pay or receive a bribe, either directly or indirectly.

Companies or Partnerships can also find themselves under scrutiny if it is alleged that a bribe has been paid on their behalf by an employee, agent or any other person providing services on their behalf of the corporate entity.

An allegation of bribery can have devastating consequences; not just for any individuals concerned personally, but also for the reputation of any business involved.

If you are under investigation for an allegation of bribery, or are facing prosecution, our expert team of solicitors and barristers at Reeds can help.

We act discreetly and with sensitivity to swiftly minimise any damage to your reputation, carefully examining the evidence against you and robustly defending your position in any Court hearing.

For a consultation in the strictest confidence about an investigation or prosecution relating to the Bribery Act, please contact one of our specialist Corporate Crime lawyers, or alternatively click here to provide us with your details, and one of the team will contact you at your convenience.


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