Current filters:  
White Collar Crime, Anti-Corruption & Fraud
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Increasingly over the past decade, securing a settlement agreement with government authorities does not signal the end of what may have been a drawn-out (and expensive) anti-bribery investigation.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Regulators and enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom, while not immune to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, have proved to be relatively adaptable with a continued appetite for enforcement.
Gowling WLG
Many, if not all, businesses are feeling the economic repercussions of COVID-19 as they struggle to remain financially liquid. This means that often businesses are seeking new trade and business opportunities...
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners Michael Drury and John Binns' article titled ‘Corruption and sanctions: the wrong tool for the job?' has been published by Money Laundering Bulletin.
Ropes & Gray LLP
As stated in the beginning of the 2020/2021 Business Plan, the FCA has always faced difficult choices about areas of focus to prevent harm to markets and consumers. This is brought into sharper relief by the COVID-19 crisis...
Ropes & Gray LLP
Welcome, everyone, and thank you for joining us on Culture & Compliance Chronicles, a podcast series focused on the behavioral sciences approach to risk management.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Aziz Rahman of financial crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli emphasises the importance of companies doing the same.
BCL Solicitors LLP
A recent open letter from 45 MPs and peers to the Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, has highlighted an issue in connection with the UK's approach to so-called ‘Magnitsky' laws.
BCL Solicitors LLP
It is a notable feature of public crises that crime often follows. Most interestingly in the United States on 16 March, the US Department of Justice ...
Cooley LLP
In times of increased financial stress—and particularly during times of financial shock where expectations and reality diverge significantly and rapidly—internal and external pressures ...
BCL Solicitors LLP
The UK Budget on 11 March 2020 included a levy – figure(s) yet to be determined - on regulated firms to help fund the fight against financial crime.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partner John Binns explains Unexplained Wealth Orders, their uses, their impact and how we can deal with them as they become more common in the future.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partner John Binns analyzes the UWO case of Zamira Hajiyeva, following her recent appeal and subsequent refusal by the NCA.
Herbert Smith Freehills
A High Court Master has found that documents held by a firm of solicitors on behalf of a former client were not protected by legal professional privilege
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The acquittal of three former Barclays executives marks the end of the UK's first-ever trial of senior bank figures for actions that they took in the financial crisis.
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
On February 28, 2020, a jury acquitted three former Barclays executives – Roger Jenkins, Tom Kalaris and Richard Boath - of criminal fraud charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners John Binns and Michael Drury's article has been featured in Lawyer Monthly online publication, discussing the unexplained wealth order appeal and subsequent refusal for Zamira Hajiyeva.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners John Binns and Harry Travers' article analysing the dramatic acquittal of all three senior Barclays executives last week has been published by both Euronews and Fraud Intelligence
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Nicola Sharp of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli explains the challenges facing the agency over its use of such agreements.
Clyde & Co
The director of the SFO, Lisa Osofsky, has criticised the UK's "antiquated fraud laws", stating that they hinder convictions.
FREE News Alerts
Sign Up for our free News Alerts - All the latest articles on your chosen topics condensed into a free bi-weekly email.
Upcoming Events
Popular Authors
Font Size:
Mondaq Social Media