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29 November 2016 | Geoffroy Lacroix

Adoption of the “Sapin II Law”: Strengthened anti-corruption enforcement arsenal and changes to the rules governing business relationships

Adopted by the Parliament on November 8, 2016, the “Sapin II Law” is primarily designed to strengthen the French anti-corruption arsenal and introduces new measures to prevent and penalize corruption. This Law also brings a number of changes to the legislation governing business relationships between economic operators, including with respect to practices that restrict competition, […]

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27 April 2016 | Geoffroy Lacroix

The “Sapin II” Bill: Towards strengthened rules to combat corruption

Regularly singled out for criticism for lack of efficiency of its anti-corruption arsenal, France finally seems committed to catch up in this field. The so-called “Sapin II” Bill, which should be debated in the French Parliament at the beginning of June 2016, heralds significant changes in the fight against corruption. A draft Bill on “transparency, […]

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