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By Guevara Leacock
In the second of a series of videos on the career paths of our associates, Trainee Solicitor Cindy Laing shares her story and how she arrived at her role at BCL.
By Michael Drury, Julian Hayes
BCL partners Michael Drury and Julian Hayes write for The Times on the new bilateral agreement between the UK and USA to obtain data from ESPs more quickly.
By John Binns
Two pieces of UK legislation – the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA), as amended in 2017, and the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 (SAMLA) – now include provisions inspired by ...
By John Binns
BCL partner John Binns gives a visual overview of how sanctions are made and reviewed, as part of his ‘Sanctions and Brexit' series of articles.
By John Binns
It is a pernicious feature of sanctions laws that they affect far more people than they target.
By John Binns
The UK's decision to leave the EU was the trigger, among other things, for a new set of sanctions laws, comprising the Sanctions and Money Laundering Act 2018 (SAMLA)
By Shaul Brazil, Jonathan Flynn
When Lisa Osofsky became the Director of the Serious Fraud Office ("SFO") last year, it was widely reported that she wanted to ‘crack' more cases using plea agreements.
By Michael Drury, Julian Hayes
BCL partners Michael Drury and Julian Hayes are quoted by InfoSecurity Magazine discussing the new bilateral agreement between the UK and USA to obtain data from ESPs more quickly.
By Julian Hayes
BCL partner, Julian Hayes discusses UK and EU law relevant to facial recognition technology (FRT) and how such law would apply if FRT were to be used within quasi- public spaces.
By Julian Hayes, Michael Drury
Today, in a seminal judgment handed down in relation to a claim for judicial review brought by Mr Edward Bri.dges, the High Court ruled that the South Wales Police use of live facial recognition technology
By Paul Morris
The UK's Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Robert Buckland MP, faced criticism earlier this month by suggesting that the anonymity of those suspected of serious crime
By John Binns
As an EU member state, the UK has drawn at least a large part of its anti-money laundering (AML) and (CTF) regulations from the provisions of the Money Laundering Directives (MLDs), which have needed to be transposed into...
By Richard Reichman
Last month, the SFO lost a case against three former executives of metals company Sarclad, which signed a DPA in 2016. Former Managing Director Michael Sorby
By Tom McNeill
BCL solicitor, Tom McNeill‘s article "the age of corporate responsibility" has been published by Compliance Matters, discussing corporate liability in the UK.
By John Binns
BCL partner, John Binns writes for Lexis Nexis considering the new Code for Private Prosecutors, issued by the Private Prosecutors' Association (PPA)