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Law360, London: Company directors who wind up their businesses to avoid repaying state-backed loans issued during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic...
14th May
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Law360, London: Individuals prosecuted for crimes in one EU member state or the Schengen Area should not face arrest in another member state at the...
14th May
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This week's edition of Corporate Crime weekly highlights includes consideration of the Queen’s Speech and the Bills which will be of interest to...
13th May
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Law360, London: Iranian banks and businesses should be allowed to ask EU courts to invoke a blocking law if they think a company has cut ties over...
13th May
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MLex: EU legal proposals on sustainable finance, consumer credit and money laundering will be formally published in late June 2021 and early July...
12th May
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Corporate Crime analysis: The case of Sastry and another v General Medical Council addresses the apparent tension between the approach taken in...
11th May
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Corporate Crime analysis: The Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 (SAMLA 2018) was passed to make provision enabling sanctions to be imposed...
11th May
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Law360, London: A coalition of city financial organisations, including banks and insurers, have called for online scams to be included in a planned...
10th May
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Corporate Crime analysis: Neil Swift, a partner at Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP, comments on the acquittal of Serco executives after the Serious...
7th May
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Corporate Crime analysis: Paige Berges, counsel in Ropes and Gray’s Anti-Corruption and International Risk group, considers the UK sanctions regime...
6th May
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Law360: Two pensions trustees are facing charges that they broke the law by transferring money from the pension scheme and loaning it to the scheme’s...
6th May
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This week's edition of Corporate Crime weekly highlights includes analysis of how the lifting of US sanctions on Iran would increase financial...
6th May
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Law360, London: British banks will now pay back customers directly when they fall victim to scams that trick them into sending money to criminals, a...
5th May
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Law360: If recent talks for the US to rejoin the Iran nuclear deal pan out, financial activity between formerly sanctioned entities and European...
4th May
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Corporate Crime analysis: Sending for trial: The Court of Appeal held that a legally represented defendant did not have to be physically present in...
30th Apr
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This week's edition of Corporate Crime weekly highlights includes analysis of the UK’s new Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions regime and the first...
29th Apr
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Law360, London: The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) suffered an embarrassing self-inflicted defeat on 26 April 2021 when the trial of two former Serco...
28th Apr
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Law360, London: The government has for the first time slapped asset freezes and travel bans on 22 individuals linked to serious corruption abroad...
28th Apr
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Corporate Crime analysis: Dominic Watkins, partner and head of retail, food and hospitality sector at DWF Law LLP and member of the LexisPSL Corporate...
27th Apr
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Law360, Expert analysis: Lawyers at Kirkland discuss first-quarter developments in US export controls and economic sanctions and what they may...
27th Apr

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