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Kingsley Napley


Corruption and bribery offences in the UK

Global, United Kingdom - February 10 2017 A structured guide to corruption and bribery offences in the UK

Why mining searches are advisable regardless of location: the property buyer’s modern day canary

United Kingdom - March 22 2017 It is not unusual for property buyers in the UK to find a reference to ground instability in the report on title prepared by their solicitor

Will EU nationals have a human right to continue to reside in the UK after Brexit?

European Union, United Kingdom - March 17 2017 Speculation and debate on whether nationals of EU states will have the right to live and work in the UK after Brexit is played out daily in the media

Immigration update - new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules

United Kingdom - March 17 2017 On 16 March 2017, the Home Office published its latest changes to the Immigration Rules. The main changes are particularly relevant for sponsors of

St Patrick was a Welsh expat - and London Irish are still special!

European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom - March 17 2017 The World’s most successful Welsh expat has prompted a short diversion from our series on global mobility basics

Proposed Reforms to Section 41 are fundamentally flawed

United Kingdom - March 27 2017 In the aftermath of the acquittal of Ched Evans at his re-trial, on 13 February 2017, Liz Truss announced that the Government would review the

Internal investigations and legal professional privilege: an increasingly tricky area

Germany, United Kingdom - March 24 2017 In March 2017, the Munich Public Prosecutor's Office raided the German offices of the law firm Jones Day as part of its investigation into the

Police drones - the new investigation tool of choice

United Kingdom - March 24 2017 This week saw the news that Devon and Cornwall police will be launching the first ever 24-hour drone unit in the UK. Following a trial period

One Click Justice?

United Kingdom - March 24 2017 We've all been there - it's late at night, you're tired, you're travelling home on the train, talking on the phone, you're multi-tasking and online

FCA guidance on how firms should deal with PEPs: a proportionate approach

United Kingdom - March 24 2017 The FCA has recently published its proposed guidance on the treatment of politically exposed persons (PEPs) under the Money Laundering, Terrorist