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Chancellor Targets Lawyers Over Tax Avoidance
Abolishing the autumn statement was the most legally notable element of what was the chancellor's first and last autumn statement, lawyers claimed yesterday.
UK
29 Nov 2016
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New Anti-Money Laundering Regime
Businesses need to prepare themselves now for the implementation of the new EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive (the Directive).
UK
27 Oct 2016
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Cyber Security: Three Quick Wins For In-House Counsel
Cyber security is one of the biggest challenges businesses currently face, as cyber-attacks make national and international news headlines on an almost daily basis.
UK
22 Jul 2016
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First Sentence For Corporate Bribery Conviction
Southwark Crown Court recently handed down the first sentence in relation to a corporate conviction under section 7 of the Bribery Act 2010 which deals with 'Failure of commercial organisations to prevent bribery'.
UK
23 May 2016
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The Anti-Corruption Summit And The PSC Register
On 12 May 2016, UK Prime Minister David Cameron, declared a raft of announcements at the anti-corruption summit in London.
UK
20 May 2016
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Prosecuting UK Companies For Bribery Worldwide
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) say that they make $18 for every $1 spent investigating and pursuing breaches of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
UK
8 Feb 2016
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UKs First Deferred Prosecution Agreement Reached Following A Failure To Prevent Bribery Under Section 7 Bribery Act 2010
The Head of the Serious Fraud Office, David Green QC, has announced that the Serious Fraud Office's (SFO) first application for a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) was approved...
UK
9 Dec 2015
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First Convictions Under The Bribery Act 2010
The Serious Fraud Office (the SFO) has secured its first convictions under the Bribery Act 2010 (the Act).
UK
9 Feb 2015
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Checks And Balances – Public Authority Enforcement Powers
In recent times there appears to have been an increasing trend of public authorities using the arm of the law to seize assets under the criminal code.
UK
22 Jul 2014
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Suffering With The Squats
Following the criminalisation of squatting in residential premises in 2012, there appears to have been a surge in squatting in commercial premises.
UK
27 Oct 2013
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Are We Becoming A Liberation Nation? What's The Problem?
Many pension schemes have experienced a recent increase in the number of transfer value requests received from Members. Understandably there is widespread concern amongst the industry that this is due to members being tempted to transfer their defined benefits to one of the many pension liberation arrangements that have sprung up over recent times.
UK
12 Jul 2013
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