Search
Searching Content indexed under Criminal Law by Mayer Brown ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
The UK National Crime Agency Freezes A Record £100m
On 14 August 2019 the National Crime Agency (the "NCA") announced that it had obtained account freezing orders ("AFOs") on eight bank accounts containing more than £100 million
UK
13 Sep 2019
2
Eyes Wide Open: How SMEs Should Manage New Bribery And Corruption Risks In Light Of "Gamechanger" UK Government Support
On 5 June 2019, the then Secretary for State for International Trade (SoS), Dr Liam Fox, announced a new government initiative to help provide finance to UK small to medium sized businesses (SMEs
UK
2 Sep 2019
3
UK Government's Economic Crime Plan – Where Are We Going?
On 12 July 2019, the UK government published its "Economic Crime Plan, 2019 to 2022" (the "Paper"), a policy paper setting out seven strategic priorities, each with action plans ("Actions")
UK
19 Aug 2019
4
UK Money Laundering And The Future Of SARs - The Law Commission's Report And Recommendations
On 18 June 2019, the England and Wales Law Commission published a report regarding the UK's anti-money laundering ("AML") framework (the "Report").
UK
17 Jul 2019
5
English Court Rules That Foreign Companies Must Produce Documents To The SFO In Response To A Section 2 Notice If There Is A "Sufficient Connection" With England
In a recent judgment1, the English High Court has held that where the Serious Fraud Office ("SFO") issues a notice ("Notice") ...
UK
4 Oct 2018
6
English Court Of Appeal Rules That SFO Not Entitled To Internal Investigation Documents
In a keenly awaited judgment, the Court of Appeal has held that documents prepared during an internal investigation are protected by litigation privilege.
UK
11 Sep 2018
7
The Trial Must Not Go On: English Court Of Appeal Overturns A Ruling That Had Prevented Claimants From Discontinuing Proceedings
Back in May 2018, in the case of Anatolie Stati and others v The Republic of Kazakhstan, the English High Court had ordered the Claimants to continue their claim for enforcement of a foreign...
UK
5 Sep 2018
8
Pension Transfers – Ombudsman Comments On Trustee Duties
The Pensions Ombudsman has decided that a scheme administrator's failure to send the Pensions Regulator's pension fraud warning leaflet to a member requesting a transfer, and to carry out due diligence checks on...
UK
16 Aug 2018
9
The Regulations, Permits And Considerations - 8 May 2017
Poland has weathered the global financial crisis better than most of its European neighbors, but how easy is it doing business there?
Poland
10 May 2017
10
The Regulations, Permits And Considerations
Spanning Asia and Europe and bordered by eight countries, Turkey is located in a strategically important location and has a diverse cultural heritage.
Turkey
26 Apr 2017
11
Potential Impact In The UK Of Greater Incentives In The US To Self-Disclose Bribery Of Foreign Officials
The United States Department of Justice has announced a one-year pilot programme intended to incentivise companies to self-disclose offences under the US Foreign and Corrupt Practices Act of overseas bribery of a foreign official.
UK
15 Apr 2016
12
La Fin Du Cumul Des Poursuites Et Des Sanctions Administratives Et Pénales En Matière De Manquements Et De Délits D'initiés : Décision Du Conseil Constitutionnel Du 18 Mars 2015
La législation française prévoit une double sanction en matière d'abus de marché qui peut conduire à un cumul des poursuites et des sanctions administratives et pénales.
France
4 Apr 2016
13
The Bribery Act 2010: UK Government Publishes "Adequate Procedures" Guidance
The Bribery Act 2010 is intended to modernise UK anti-corruption legislation and bring it into line with the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention.
UK
8 Apr 2011
14
Two Former Directors of UK Company Convicted of Breaching UN Sanctions in Connection with Kickback Payments to Iraq
Last week Charles Forsyth and David Mabey, two former directors of UK engineering firm Mabey & Johnson Ltd, were found guilty by a Southwark Crown Court jury of making illegal payments to Iraq during 2001-2002 in breach of United Nations sanctions. They are to be sentenced on 23 February.
UK
 
25 Feb 2011
15
British construction company to pay £6.55m in connection with overseas bribery offenses, as the SFO asks UK corporates to self-report corruption issues
Mabey & Johnson Ltd, a British company which manufactures bridge equipment, pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court to a series of corruption offenses committed overseas and is to pay a total of £6.55m in connection with these offenses.
UK
29 Sep 2009
Links to Result pages
 
1