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The Bribery Act 2010 and the Construction Industry (or How Max Proffitt Went to Prison)

Sunday 17 Jun 2012

A highly commended paper in The Brooking Prize 2012 by Laura Lintott.  Also published at (2019) 35 Const. L.J., Issue 2.

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