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Proceedings in the English Court against foreign States

United Kingdom, European Union - August 9 2019 Claims against States always raise complex issues. One issue that has arisen in a number of recent cases is effective service on a State. The Court...

POCA Up: Suspicion Sufficient for Bank to Kiss Goodbye to its Customer

United Kingdom - July 23 2019 Last month, the Law Commission published its final report on the system of voluntary disclosures under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 ("POCA") (a...

Sue Millar, Harriet Campbell.

UK sanctions post-Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - February 14 2019 On 23 May 2018, the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act (the "Sanctions Act") received Royal Assent. The Act is intended to give the UK the power...

Sue Millar.

Economic sanctions: foreign policy tool or signal?

USA, United Kingdom - December 20 2018 We have in recent years lived through a period of unprecedented growth in the use of economic sanctions as a foreign policy tool. Read our recent...

Sue Millar.