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Corporate Crime weekly highlights—27 September 2018

Corporate Crime weekly highlights—27 September 2018
Published on: 27 September 2018
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Corporate Crime weekly highlights—27 September 2018
  • In this issue:
  • Keeping up to date
  • Brexit White Paper—examining the UK vision for a future UK/EU economic security partnership
  • Home Secretary speech on future of UK-EU security co-operation
  • The long haul—Brexit legislation and the haulage industry
  • Brexit bulletin—UK government publishes third tranche of technical notices on no-deal Brexit
  • Legal privilege in criminal cases
  • Court orders disclosure of legally privileged documents to a regulatory body (Financial Reporting Council Ltd v Sports Direct International plc)
  • Extradition and mutual assistance
  • More...

Article summary

This week’s edition of Corporate Crime highlights includes expert analysis of the Government’s white paper on the UK vision for the future UK-EU security partnership, the decision of the Chancery Division to order disclosure of legally privileged documents to a regulatory body and the scope of the General Medical Council’s (GMC) right of appeal following the decision in Raychaudhuri v GMC. Also covered is news that Deutsche Bank has been ordered to accept a third-party anti-money laundering (AML) controller, the securing by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of lengthy prison sentences for boiler room scammers and Dominic Chappell, former director of BHS, losing his appeal against a section 72 conviction after failing to hand over information to The Pensions Regulator. We also look at whether the damage and neglect in the criminal justice system caused by cuts to legal aid and disclosure failings by the Crown can ever be repaired among other news stories. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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