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Risky business: Fraud, corruption and corporate culture

United Kingdom - January 23 2019 In the past decade, the expanding scope of corporate criminal liability and the increasing appetite by prosecutors and regulators to investigate...

Katie Palms.

ENRC appeal on privilege: Five key points arising out of the decision

United Kingdom - September 10 2018 The Court of Appeal has overturned the High Court’s decision in the case of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (2018...

Christopher Robinson, Ben Morgan, Ali Sallaway, Nicholas Williams, Simon Murray, Geoff Nicholas.

How are authorities collaborating across borders to investigate corporate misconduct?

United Kingdom - April 20 2017 Unaoil recently sought to challenge the way in which the UK Serious Fraud Office sought assistance from authorities in Monaco, to carry out raids...

UK considers reforms on holding companies liable for economic crime

United Kingdom - January 26 2017 The UK Government is considering significant changes to the law on corporate crime. This follows criticism from prosecutors, politicians and others...

Ruby Hamid, Katie Palms, Ali Sallaway, Geoff Nicholas, Caroline Stroud.

New global framework for anti-bribery and corruption compliance programs

USA, Global - November 2 2016 The International Organization for Standardization (the ISO) recently published an anti-bribery management system standard (ISO 37001 or the...

Kimberly Zelnick, Daniel Cendan, Jessica Bartlett, Adam Siegel, William Robinson.