Become a contributor to Lexology Navigator

Through FraudNet’s partnership with Lexology, members can now contribute articles about anti-corruption and bribery, which will aid legal research by comparing topics from different jurisdictions.

For a deeply discounted rate, members can answer questions on the Lexology Navigator platform about such topics as trends, whistleblowing and self-reporting, offences and restrictions, record keeping, and risk management. These answers, considered as relevant, accurate and reliable, are served up to the more than 300,000 Lexology subscribers, who are conducting comparative research among jurisdictions. What’s more, FraudNet members can access the tool for free when they need to compare two or more jurisdictions.

Contributors position themselves as thought leaders and subject-matter experts, effectively locking out competitors from the work area and jurisdiction.

To find out more about contributing to Lexology Navigator, contact Edward Costelloe (ecostelloe@GlobeBMG.com).

Thomson Reuters provides free access to FraudNet members

FraudNet members enjoy complimentary access to the complete Practical Law Corporate Crime, Fraud and Investigations Global Guide published by Thomson Reuters.

In this guide, you’ll find practical information on topical issues and country-specific Q&A overviews ON Corporate Crime, Fraud and Investigations law and practice. You’ll also have access to our Q&A tool, allowing you to generate custom comparison reports for the jurisdictions and legal topics of your choice.

Global guides are written by leading local law firms, working together with Practical Law’s experienced editorial team and an International editorial board of expert practitioners. This helps to ensure the guide addresses the key issues facing any international lawyer doing business in an unfamiliar jurisdiction today.

If you would like more information on a contributing law firm or have any feedback about this guide, please contact yani.paramova@thomsonreuters.com

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We provide more than just information: we provide answers. We take the expertise of our team and distil it in a way that helps lawyers get their work done. Our uniquely practical resources include:

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We are pleased to make Thomson Reuters suite of 49 Practical Law Global Guides available, free of charge, to your members. The guides allow you to quickly compare key legal issues across jurisdictions.

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