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Health And Safety Law Reform: Industrial Manslaughter Sweeps The Nation
The wave of industrial manslaughter offence reforms currently sweeping Australia presents both risks and opportunities for the insurance market.
UK
23 Sep 2018
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Insurance Predictions 2018: Corporate Criminal Offences To Broaden Next Year
Criminal investigations and prosecutions of both entities and their directors are on the increase across Europe and elsewhere.
UK
5 Dec 2017
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Criminal Finances Act 2017: The Broadening Of Corporate Accountability
Tax evasion is already a criminal offence in the UK which has attracted considerable media attention since the notorious ‘Panama Papers' scandal.
UK
8 Nov 2017
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New Criminal Liability For Tax Evasion Facilitated By Staff
The government has introduced two new corporate offences of failure to prevent the facilitation of UK and foreign tax evasion.
UK
25 Oct 2017
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UK Government Consultation On Reforming The Law On Corporate Liability For Economic Crime.
On 13 January 2017, the UK government opened a consultation on its proposals to reform the law on corporate liability for economic crime. It requested responses by 24 March 2017.
UK
15 Sep 2017
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Global Rise In Manslaughter And Officer Convictions Relating To Health And Safety Breaches
In recent months we have written about the growing trend of prosecuting individuals for health and safety breaches in Australia, particularly in relation to manslaughter charges.
Australia
27 Apr 2017
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Corporate Crime And Corruption: New Proposals Announced In Australia
The Australian Government has announced several proposed reforms to combat bribery of foreign public officials, including the possibility of creating a new corporate offence for failing to prevent bribery...
Australia
19 Apr 2017
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Companies In Financial Difficulties: What Do Directors Need To Know About The UAE Bankruptcy Law?
The new UAE Bankruptcy Law (Federal Law No. 9 of 2016) has put a spotlight on the treatment of companies in financial difficulties in the United Arab Emirates.
United Arab Emirates
11 Nov 2016
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Crime Doesn't Pay – Criminal Enterprise And Negligence
How should the law treat a claim in which the claimants are part of criminal enterprise, but in which the negligence of the defendant also played a part?
UK
14 Oct 2016
10
Summer 2016 Scots Law in Practice
Welcome to the Summer edition of Scots Law In Practice. The first three cases contain a common thread – the pursuer in each had a valid claim on the face of things, but in each one, faced legal difficulties in obtaining a remedy.
UK
13 Oct 2016
11
Australian Company Directors Caught Between A Rock And A Hard Place
A recent Federal Court of Australia judgment highlights the predicament faced by directors being pursued in civil proceedings when there is the prospect that they may be facing criminal prosecution...
Australia
7 Oct 2016
12
Bribery Act Sinks Its Teeth Into Sweett
A recent case puts businesses on notice that the Bribery Act 2010 has bite.
UK
26 May 2016
13
Corporate Focus Spring 2016
A recent case puts businesses on notice that the Bribery Act 2010 has bite.
UK
26 May 2016
14
Blacklisting Dishonest Companies In China - New Interim Measures And What They Mean For Your Company
In this update we look at the key provisions of the Interim Measures, their potential impact on the marketplace and what Chinese companies should look out for.
China
18 Mar 2016
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Doing Business In KSA? Sending Employees To KSA? Not Without A Licence!
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the largest economies in the Middle East and a market which has attracted more and more activity in the past six years.
Saudi Arabia
6 Feb 2015
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First Acquittal Under The New Offence! – But Will It Result In An Increased Focus On Directors And Senior Managers?
PS & JE Ward Ltd became the fourth company to be charged with corporate manslaughter in November 2012.
UK
17 Jun 2014
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Court Of Appeal Ruling Marks New Era Of Hefty Fines For Large Businesses For Regulatory Offences
Large corporations prosecuted for health and safety and environmental offences can be subjected to fines amounting to hundreds of thousands of pounds.
UK
14 Mar 2014
18
The First Publicity Order, And A Company Fined The Entirety Of Its Assets - The Latest Corporate Manslaughter Conviction!
The fifth successful prosecution under corporate manslaughter legislation has been brought in the United Kingdom, against Princes Sporting Club Limited.
UK
12 Mar 2014
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Financial Conduct Authority’s Final Notice To State Street UK
The recent FCA fines imposed on State Street could have implications across the industry.
UK
10 Mar 2014
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LIBOR Manipulation Press Coverage - August 2013
Until now, LIBOR investigations have targeted the institutions involved rather than individual traders, but this is about to change.
UK
18 Aug 2013
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