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UK Serious Fraud Office Issues Guidance for Evaluating Compliance Programmes, Echoes DOJ Guidance

United Kingdom - January 24 2020 On 17 January 2020, the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (the “SFO”) released guidance on evaluating compliance programmes (the “SFO Guidance”). This is the...

Shawna Pasquale.

The UK’s Implementation of the EU’s Fifth Money Laundering Directive: What You Need to Know

United Kingdom, European Union - January 9 2020 On 10 January 2020, updates to the UK anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (together “AML”) laws come into force that bring the UK...

Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares, Yulia Makarova, Chiraag Shah.

Trump Reverses Course on Turkey

USA, Syria, Turkey - October 25 2019 On October 23, 2019, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) announced it was removing three Turkish government ministers...

Nicholas J. Spiliotes, John P. Carlin, David A. Newman, Jennifer S. Talbert, John E. Smith, Michael V. Dobson, Kristofer G. Readling, Panagiotis C. Bayz, Felix Helmstädter.

Trump on Turkey: Sanctions on a NATO Ally Today, With Escalation or Removal Possible Tomorrow

USA, Syria, Turkey - October 21 2019 On October 14, President Trump issued an Executive Order (“E.O.”) imposing sanctions on Turkey in response to Turkey’s military offensive in northern...

Nicholas J. Spiliotes, John P. Carlin, David A. Newman, John E. Smith, Michael V. Dobson, Kristofer G. Readling, Panagiotis C. Bayz, Felix Helmstädter.

English Court of Appeal Holds that Courts Are Empowered to Order Early Neutral Evaluation

United Kingdom - September 25 2019 In its August 6, 2019, judgment in Lomax v Lomax 2019 EWHC 1467, the English Court of Appeal (“CA”) reversed a High Court decision holding that the...

Sarah Janette Thomas, Chiraag Shah, Nicole Tsui.