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Corporate Criminal Liability in the UK: A new era is coming… isn’t it?

United Kingdom - November 18 2020 “It has no soul to be damned and no body to be kicked”.How, then, can a company be held criminally liable? Various jurisdictions have grappled with…

Mukul Chawla, Naomi Miles.

Corporate Criminal Liability - some practical proposals from Australia

Australia - January 30 2020 The Australian Law Reform Commission (the “ALRC”) has proposed a number of reforms to Australia’s federal corporate criminal liability regime. The…

Mark A. Srere, Mukul Chawla.

COVID-19: High court issues preliminary ruling on interpretation of Material Adverse Effect clause

United Kingdom - October 30 2020 In a dispute between WEX (Inc.) (“WEX”) and the shareholders (the “Sellers”) of eNett International (Jersey) Limited (“eNett”) and Optal Limited…

Sarah McAtominey.

UK and Dutch data protection regulators fine Uber over following data breach

European Union, United Kingdom - December 3 2018 Uber has been fined by both the UK and Dutch data protection regulators following a data breach in which the personal data of Uber users and drivers…

Oran Gelb.

The Bribery Act 2010 - Brexit and EU enforcement

European Union, United Kingdom - April 5 2019 In this second article of our series on the House of Lords Select Committee’s recent report, entitled “The Bribery Act 2010: post-legislative…

Mukul Chawla.