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Civil fraud damages claims begin in the UK following a corruption prosecution by the SFO and the DOJ against Innospec and others

United Kingdom - November 6 2014 In a recent decision of Mr Justice Flaux in the case Jalal Bezee Mejel Al-Gaood & Partner v Innospec Limited and Others, the Claimants sued for…


English Court grants worldwide freezing order in support of London arbitration where assets are outside the UK

United Kingdom - October 21 2014 A recent decision by the Commercial Court in the case of U&M Mining Zambia Limited v Konkola Copper Mines Plc [2014] All ER (D) 136 in which the…


The Serious Fraud Office bribery charges against Alstom

United Kingdom - September 30 2014 One such case is the SFO’s bribery case, being brought on pre-Bribery Act era law, against a subsidiary of the French headquartered engineering…

Co-authors: Andrew P. Thornton-Dibb.


The director of the SFO criticises corporations which commission internal investigations before self-reporting

United Kingdom - August 29 2014 Following an article published in Legal Week in August authored by Ben Morgan, the joint head of bribery and corruption at the SFO entitled "Coming…


The long arm of British anti-corruption laws and the impact on individual defendants

United Kingdom - August 21 2014 Bruce Hall, the former Chief Executive Office of Aluminium Bahrain Bsc ("ABLA") was sentenced on 22 July 2014 to 16 months in prison for conspiracy…

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