In the Laos section of Lex Mundi’s Anticorruption Compliance Guide , Dino Santaniello, head of Tilleke & Gibbins’ Vientiane office, contributes a Lao local perspective on anti-bribery and corruption legislation to shed light on the emerging country’s anticorruption framework. Dino’s complete responses provide a thorough understanding of, and pathway to, anticorruption compliance in Laos by breaking down to the two main pieces of legislation that address the subject matter: the Anti-Corruption Law No. 27/NA and the Penal Code No. 46/NA.
The Anticorruption Compliance Guide is a comprehensive and interactive guide providing local insight on anti-bribery and corruption regimes across 78 jurisdictions globally, produced by Lex Mundi, the largest network of independent law firms in the world. Each respective jurisdiction is separated into an individual report that follows a question and answer format, allowing readers to create a side-by-side comparison of anticorruption legislation across any given number of the represented jurisdictions.
As the Lex Mundi member firm for Thailand, with offices across mainland Southeast Asia, Tilleke & Gibbins’ legal professionals have also supplied reports for Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.
To view the full Lao report, please download the PDF below. For reports from the other 77 jurisdictions, please visit Lex Mundi’s website.