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Corporate crime and Brexit negotiations

Corporate crime and Brexit negotiations
Published on: 09 May 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Corporate crime and Brexit negotiations
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  • The government has established its negotiating strategy including Objective 11: Cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism. What are the key issues the government is facing in this regard?
  • What does the white paper suggest about the government’s criminal justice policy and priorities in light of Brexit?
  • What are your views on the government’s chances of meeting the priorities set out as its objectives, as part of negotiating Britain’s exit from the EU?
  • What challenges is this likely to throw up for corporate crime lawyers, particularly those advising international clients?

Article summary

Corporate Crime analysis: The government has established its Brexit negotiating strategy in respect of combating crime and terrorism. Monty Raphael QC, special counsel at Peters & Peters (with research assistance provided by Mariam Al-Mashehadani at the firm), considers the implications of Objective 11. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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