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Changes proposed by the Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill

07.11.2019 | Extradition lawyers have, for the past three and a half years, been baffled by their very own Brexit conundrum. How is it that the Conservatives, historically the party...


The Fourth AML Directive - The current roadmap and possible changes to the AML landscape two years on

07.11.2019 | The Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (4MLD) is now two years old. Last year, on its first anniversary, commentators and professionals lined up to criticise its implementation and list...


Fast-track electronic evidence gathering from overseas – One step closer

13.10.2019 | On 3 October 2019 the Home Secretary announced that the UK and US had signed an historic agreement that will enable UK law enforcement agencies to demand direct...


The Corporate Offence of Failure to Prevent the Facilitation of Tax Evasion: Two years on

10.10.2019 | Do you remember the fallout from the Panama Papers? Do you remember HMRC’s response pledging to prosecute 100 wealthy individuals and corporates per year by 2020?  Do you...


Fresher's Week - A parent's perspective on an essential discussion about rape and navigating consent

23.09.2019 | As my children headed off to university last week, I gave them each several boxes of condoms, unwilling to leave to chance the possibility that beer would be...


AML: HMRC flexes enforcement muscle to the tune of £7.8 million

19.09.2019 | In September 2019, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) published its list of businesses that have not complied with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 (MLR 2017) for the tax...


Cross-border criminal justice post-Brexit – Operation Yellowhammer

12.09.2019 | Tucked in between the “reasonable worst-case” scenarios for food, trade and fuel is a stark one liner: “Law enforcement and information sharing between U.K. and EU will be disrupted”....


'Flipping defendants' – a new emphasis or a recycled aim?

12.09.2019 | In the fight against global economic crime, the authorities have repeatedly advocated their desire to seek the assistance of those who have participated in, or have information concerning,...


Challenging the prosecution of weak cases and the lack of anonymity for those accused of sexual offences

10.09.2019 | The recent acquittal of our client, Oritsé Williams, once again puts a spotlight on the prosecution of rape and serious sexual offences, and the particular complexities faced by...


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