Corporate Crime

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What's new in Corporate Crime Law

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The following features and improvements were added in July 2018 

  • New criminal procedure content added including summaries of Criminal Procedural Rules (CrimPR) updates; Prosecution right to appeal—terminatory rulings; Criminal appeals—reopening final determinations; End of criminal proceedings—an introduction to the possible means of disposal; Obtaining excluded and special procedure material and Excluded material and special procedure material- applications and challenges.
  • Additional Corporate Crime trackers published—New Extradition appeals tracker—2018 added and a Corporate Crime Bills tracker expected in Q3 of 2018.
  • Further Scottish corporate crime content published on health and safety, bribery, criminal investigations and asset recovery with new content on environmental prosecutions in Scotland, Scottish criminal appeals and evidence due by the end of 2018.
  • Additional content on news powers available under the Criminal Finances Act 2017 including: 10. Recovery of listed assets under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and 9. Criminal Finances Act 2017: is it in force?—checklist
  • Published new content on offences under the Data Protectio Act 2018 and on how law enforcement agencies may process personal data. Q&As on the impact of GDPR on internal investigations for suspected criminal offences is expected in H2 2018.
  • Growth of Q&A bank
  • Maintain a suite of content on legal professional privilege in criminal investigations in light of key case law developments in late 2017 and early 2018 and will continue to update in light of expected Court of Appeal judgement.
  • Forthcoming subtopic on cybercrime (end 2018)