Tech Workers OK'd Bribes To Win Business, SFO Tells Jury

Law360, London (May 13, 2019, 9:52 PM BST) -- Three former employees at Sarclad Ltd. conspired to pay bribes to sales agents to secure contracts in the metals industry while working for the small U.K. technology firm, prosecutors for Britain's Serious Fraud Office told a London jury on Monday.

Employees at a technology company allegedly conspired with sales agents overseas to offer gifts or payments as inducements to secure contracts for the firm, the court was told. (AP) Sarclad founder Michael Sorby and sales managers Adrian Leek and David Justice are alleged to have conspired with sales agents based abroad to corruptly offer gifts or payments as inducements to secure...

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