A person is guilty of commercial bribing in the first degree when he confers, or offers
or agrees to confer, any benefit upon any employee, agent or fiduciary without the
consent of the latter's employer or principal, with intent to influence his conduct
in relation to his employer's or principal's affairs, and when the value of the benefit
conferred or offered or agreed to be conferred exceeds one thousand dollars and causes
economic harm to the employer or principal in an amount exceeding two hundred fifty
Commercial bribing in the first degree is a class E felony.
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