n Without Prejudice - Surviving foreign laws : corruption / international

Volume 14, Issue 9
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



Lawyers in Kenya (as will be the case in many other countries) are frequently asked whether their clients should accept covenants, representations and warranties relating to anti-bribery and corruption laws of other countries. Explaining their relevance to clients who question why on earth they should have to comply with the laws of a country that has no direct relevance to the transaction can sometimes be a tricky matter.

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