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Tackling Racial Injustice: Children and the Youth Justice System

25.02.2021 | Today JUSTICE has published the latest working party report ‘Tackling Racial Injustice: Children and the Youth Justice System’. I am delighted to have had the opportunity to chair...


National Grid fined £4 million for incomplete records

18.02.2021 | A significant multi-million pound fine was imposed last week after National Grid Gas plc pleaded guilty to health and safety offences arising from its failure to make available...


The Territorial Reach of the SFO - The Supreme Court Decides

05.02.2021 | This morning the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of R (on the application of KBR Inc) v The Director of the Serious Fraud Office....


Swift condemnation of Labour’s jury proposal is unwarranted - Jonathan Grimes writes for The Law Society Gazette

02.02.2021 | There has been an immediate and almost universal rejection of Labour’s proposal that juries might be temporarily reduced from 12 to seven as a measure to help reduce...


Extradition post-Brexit: the TCA at a glance

29.01.2021 | The potential fallout from Brexit for extradition and cross-border criminal justice security had been forewarned even before the first vote was cast in the Referendum. The risks to...


Challenging INTERPOL Red Notices: what do the CCF’s decisions tell us? Part Four - Unfunded Or Bounced Cheques

28.01.2021 | This is the final blog in our four-part series looking at some of the key points arising from the published decisions of the Commission for the Control of...


Drones – the ultimate or problematic Christmas gift?

21.01.2021 | Drones are growing in their popularity and taking the crown as the cool, high-tech Christmas gift and why wouldn’t you want one? They are great fun and a...


Challenging INTERPOL Red Notices: what do the CCF's decisions tell us? Part Three - Decisions Not To Extradite

21.01.2021 | This is the third in our series of blogs looking at some of the key points arising from the published decisions of the Commission for the Control of...


Time’s up: Deadline passes for crypto firms to register with the FCA

20.01.2021 | As of 10 January 2021, all cryptoasset firms are required to be registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under the Money Laundering Regulations.


Corporate criminal liability reform – the pressure is on the Law Commission as MPs express their frustration at delay

15.01.2021 | The spectre of a failure to prevent economic crime offence for corporates once again received attention during a debate in parliament on 13 January 2021 as part of...


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