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Legal limbo for children: The risks of turning 18

25.06.2020 | The impact of Coronavirus is significant and far-reaching for all children and young adults. For a youth justice system creaking under strain with serious delays, the lockdown has...


End of the road for the NCA in NCA v Baker

24.06.2020 | In our previous blog, ‘Unexplained Wealth Orders: An overview of the regime to date’ we considered the challenges faced by the NCA in their efforts to use the...


On its way: The UK-US Bilateral Data Access Agreement

18.06.2020 | Over four years of negotiations later and the UK-US Bilateral Data Access Agreement (the Agreement) is expected to come into effect next month. The Agreement will enable law...


Unexplained Wealth Orders: An overview of the regime to date

17.06.2020 | Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) were introduced pursuant to the Criminal Finances Act (CFA) 2017 in order to bolster the UK’s proceeds of crime regime and they have been...


Dying hope for a post-Brexit extradition deal

14.06.2020 | Britain and the EU are unlikely to agree on an alternative to the European arrest warrant. Extradition arrangements between Britain and EU have been low on the list of...


COVID-19: Can you be prosecuted for opening your shop?

10.06.2020 | The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (“BEIS”), Alok Sharma, announced this week that non-essential shops will be allowed to open from 15 June. Mr...


The compulsory embrace of the art market by the UK's Anti-Money Laundering regime

09.06.2020 | In our recent blog ‘The (quiet) extension of the AML regime: an overview’ we looked at the key changes for the regulated sector, pursuant to the new Money...


Returning to work and COVID-19: Could employers face health and safety prosecutions for infections in the workplace?

04.06.2020 | As we move through the phased easing of lockdown, employers and employees will be anxious to ensure that the return to the workplace does not exacerbate the risk...


The Hackitt Review- Two years on

26.05.2020 | It is just over two years since the publication of Dame Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety.  Following the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017,...


Mutual Legal Assistance in action - Met Police raid London addresses at request of Brazilian authorities

20.05.2020 | On 14 May 2020 Metropolitan Police officers carried out two search and seizure warrants on behalf of Brazilian prosecutors investigating $5 million in alleged bribes paid to politicians...


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