Corporate crime horizon scanner—September 2021 and beyond [Archived]
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The following Corporate Crime practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Corporate crime horizon scanner—September 2021 and beyond [Archived]
  • Key primary legislation
  • Key secondary legislation
  • Ongoing consultations
  • Other notable dates for your diary
  • What’s already happened in 2021?
  • Other corporate crime trackers

Corporate crime horizon scanner—September 2021 and beyond [Archived]

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. For information on what to watch in 2022, see Practice Note: Corporate Crime horizon scanner 2022.

This Practice Note provided a summary of the key legal developments that were expected to impact corporate crime lawyers during 2021.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) continued to be a significant issue throughout 2021. The following resources are dedicated to those with a corporate crime practice:

  1. Coronavirus (COVID-19)—key offences created by the Coronavirus Act 2020

  2. Coronavirus (COVID-19)—key corporate offences created under emergency health protection regulations

  3. Operation of the criminal courts during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

  4. Practical guide to remote hearings in the criminal courts

  5. Coronavirus (COVID-19) fraud—criminal offences, investigations and penalties

Other key developments to look out for during 2021 continued to include those connected to Brexit. To track Brexit-related legislation, including statutory instruments. The following resources are dedicated to those with a corporate crime practice:

  1. Brexit legislation tracker for corporate crime practitioners

  2. What does IP completion day mean for corporate crime?

  3. UK and EU cross-border law enforcement and criminal justice co-operation under the TCA

It may also be useful to refer to the Brexit legislation tracker, Brexit toolkit and Brexit timeline.

Key primary legislation

For information on primary legislation and the progress of government bills relevant to the field of corporate crime which have been tabled in either the House of Commons

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