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Calgary, Canada Bribery Lawyers and Law Firms

  • Shim Law

    Calgary, Canada

    Immigration Law, Family Law and Many More in Calgary

    Phone (403) 476-2011

    Shim Law mainly focuses on Family Law, Immigration Law, Employment Law, Real Estate Law and Criminal Law in Calgary, Alberta. Our legal staff provides high quality of service in up to 5 languages including Chinese (Mandarin & Cantonese), Korean, Urdu, Punjabi, Hungarian and more. With such a...


  • Roulston Urquhart Criminal Defence

    Calgary, Canada

    Criminal Defense Lawyers in Calgary, Alberta Canada

    Phone (403) 474-8188

    Roulston Urquhart Criminal Defense Firm was founded in Calgary, AB on principles of excellence and integrity in all aspects of practice in the field of criminal law. We defend the entire spectrum of criminal charges, including drug trafficking, importation, possession for the purpose of...

  • Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP

    Calgary, Canada

    Calgary, Alberta Business Law Firm

    Phone (403) 260-0100

    Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP is a leading Canadian law firm of over 140 lawyers. BD&P has earned a prestigious reputation for our service-oriented approach and for our consistent delivery of expert legal counsel. BD&P provides premier legal service in all areas of business law, most notably in...

  • Dunn & Associates

    Calgary, Canada

    Criminal Defense Lawyers in Alberta, Canada

    Phone (403) 233-0443

    Since 1972 Dunn & Associates and its predecessor criminal defense firms have been defending the freedom of Canadians. We have built our reputation on it. Today, carrying on the legacy, the criminal defense lawyers at Dunn & Associates continue to serve and defend people accused of committing...

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Bribery and Corruption Law

Bribery and corruption law consists of the criminal rules for dealing with people who attempt to buy influence with public officials and other decision-makers. The crime of bribery encompasses a broad scope of wrongful conduct. It covers bribes of cash, assets, services, favors, or anything else of value, whether delivered presently or in the future. Bribes can occur directly, or indirectly through third parties in an effort to disguise the true nature of the transaction.