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Preventing and investigating fraud in the workplace

United Kingdom - July 6 2015 But it is a risk that can be reduced and managed to some extent. Almost all frauds against a business will involve employees - sometimes as...

Joanna Ludlam.

Bribes and secret profits: the significance for bankers and trustees

United Kingdom - July 18 2014 Supreme Court delivers much-awaited judgment in FHR European Ventures LLP and Ors v. Cedar Capital Partners LLP. What is the nature of the remedy...

Luke Richardson, Charles M. Thomson, Henry Garfield, Oyindamola (Yindi) Gesinde.

CEO impersonation - widespread fraud targeting multinationals

Global - April 30 2014 In recent months, Baker & McKenzie has represented a number of clients who have fallen victim to similar but unrelated scams targeting multinational...

Esther Flesch, Susan C. Kendall, Douglas Tween, Stephan Spehl.

The importance of attracting legal privilege in the context of an internal investigation

United Kingdom - November 26 2013 Internal investigations are often conducted by lawyers, and for a reason. Privilege was always a protection against disclosing a document to a third...

Charles M. Thomson, Joanna Ludlam, Ekaterina Finkel.

Deferred prosecution agreements in practice

United Kingdom - March 12 2013 RBS has recently been hit with a hefty bill for approximately $612 million as a result of regulatory enforcement and criminal investigations against...

Charles M. Thomson, Timothy P. Pountain-Holes, Ben Ko.