Rolls-Royce Execs fear being Rolled over

Legal commentators have rightly hailed last week’s announcement of a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) between the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and Rolls-Royce as a huge victory for the SFO. It... Read more

Trump card in compliance

Are we about to undergo a fundamental sea change in how to approach anti corrupt practices with the arrival of President Trump? Read more

DPAs Don’t Come Cheap

First Judgment reveals factors that a court may use in DPA approval – AND –comments on adequate procedures The long awaited first DPA has come with a hefty price tag after ICMB Standard Bank agreed... Read more

Using the Proceeds of Crime Act against property companies and landlords

The last few years has seen an unusual development in the use of proceeds of crime legislation against landlords. The proceeds of crime legislation is a powerful tool in the armoury of the police and... Read more

The Bribery Act 2010: An International Act with Far Reaching Consequences for Business

By Adrian Eissa This article first appeared on Corporate Live Wire on 24th July 2015. Read more

Recent changes to the Proceeds of Crime Act

By Peter Doyle QC, 25 Bedford Row This article first appeared on www.25bedfordrow.com on 25th July 2105. Read more

R v Boardman and R v Guraj – The result of limited resources

The Crown Prosecution Service’s (CPS) case preparation has been described as “lamentable” by the Court of Appeal in two decisions in so many weeks. It might be assumed that the rulings would provoke... Read more

The Missing Interview Tape and Other Disclosure Issues

By Liam Gregory, Solicitor, Saunders Law Limited The Defendant’s access to material which may undermine the prosecution case or which supports their version of events is a subject of direct relevance... Read more

A real prospect of DNA exonerations? Disclosure after Nunn

By James Saunders, Solicitor, Saunders Law Limited Summary: A commentary on R (on the application of Nunn) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Suffolk Constabulary and another (Respondents). 1 Read more
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