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Engineering Co. Bribery Trial Pushed Back To March 2020

Law360, London (March 14, 2019, 2:30 PM GMT) -- The trial of a British engineering company and three individuals over alleged bribes paid to the former manager of a company connected to Formula One racing team Williams has been adjourned until March 2020, a judge at a criminal court in London ruled Thursday.

The trial of Rapid Engineering Supplies over bribes allegedly paid by one its former directors to secure preferential treatment as a supplier to a former subsidiary of Williams had been due to start at Southwark Crown Court this week. But Judge David Tomlinson ruled it will start on March 9 next year. Court restrictions prevent reporting of the reasons...

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