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Negotiating a new extradition process post-Brexit: lessons to be learned from the European Arrest Warrant experience

United Kingdom, European Union - April 9 2019 In April 2016, the international Criminal Justice NGO Fair Trials, launched their EU-wide ‘Beyond Surrender’ project which set out to examine the...

Maeve Keenan.

New powers to gather electronic evidence from overseas agreed

United Kingdom - February 28 2019 The Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Act 2019 marks a major departure in the current mutual legal assistance regime in relation to gathering...

“2018: A year in review” Anti-money laundering, Tackling illicit finance

United Kingdom, European Union - February 8 2019 2018 was a busy year for anti-money laundering activity with a number of legislative changes, reports and headline speeches by law enforcement...

Nicholas Dent, Stephen Ferson, Nicola Finnerty, Alun Milford, Louise Hodges, Jonathan Grimes, Jill Lorimer, Katherine Tyler, Edmund Smyth, David Sleight.

Dubai: The enforcement of orders made in family proceedings and the role of Interpol

United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom - January 29 2019 Last year, a report from Dubai spoke of the attempts by a mother to recover her daughter, apparently kidnapped by the child’s father and taken to...

Michael Rowlands.

No deal Brexit: what this would mean for extradition?

United Kingdom, European Union - January 23 2019 Given the current parliamentary turmoil, Whitehall is proceeding at pace with a multitude of regulations, guidance and policies to prepare for a “no...