In such a regime, the targets of the bribes are clear and the delivery of goods to the briber
If the reporting briber
loses the contract he loses the expected profits v of executing that contract.
According to the net proceeds method, the benefits subject to disgorgement are the contract revenues minus certain legitimate costs or expenses incurred by the briber
in executing the contract--for example the cost of supplying goods and services.
Table 2 summarizes data on total and mean values of business obtained by briber
givers, the amount of bribes or payments, and the mean ratio of payments (bribes) to business obtained in DOJ cases.
First, in some of the most infamous cases of bribery, a briber
is caught on tape offering or giving a bribee a briefcase full of cash in return for some official act.
In short, it is the SFO's case that the company therefore employed known bribers
as agents for commercial gain from the outset."
judges and bribers
transacted the bribes, and what factors led to the
Affronted by Ruef's solo conviction--while his bribers
sank into their leather chairs in their clubs, cigars in hand, whiskeys at the ready--Older reversed course and successfully campaigned for the early parole of the onetime boss.
SIR - How well we recall Neil Kinnock roundly condemning the House of Lords as, 'A place for the descendants of brigands, muggers, bribers
and gangsters,' and calling vociferously for that institution to be abolished.
How well we recall Neil Kinnock roundly condemning the House of Lords as ``a place for the descendants of brigand, muggers, bribers
and gangsters'', and calling vociferously for that institution to be abolished.
Penalties include prison for bribers
and officials, and the seizure abroad of goods involved in graft.
''The extent to which companies from Taiwan and South Korea use bribers
abroad I only marginally less,'' he said.