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Covid-19: Mitigating the increased risks of corruption in the Life Sciences and Healthcare sector

United Kingdom - March 22 2021 The pandemic, coupled with the significant economic downturn, continues to produce pressures on businesses that could prove to be fertile ground for…

Jeroen Bedaux, Lucie Mongin-Archambeaud, Silvia Steiner, Chris Wrigley

Supreme Court restricts power of SFO to secure evidence held overseas

United Kingdom - February 8 2021 In an important decision delivered on 5 February 2021, the Supreme Court held that the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) could not compel foreign companies…

Regulatory Outlook | Anti-bribery, Corruption and Financial Crime | January 2021

European Union, United Kingdom - January 13 2021 There has been much press relating to the potential abuse of government support such as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for workforces and…

Chris Wrigley

Serious Fraud Office wins approval for eighth Deferred Prosecution Agreement

United Kingdom - July 23 2020 Security firm G4S's commitment to remediation leads to a £44m sanction to avoid prosecution, but the agreement includes a significant new development…

HMRC makes first arrest for fraud in relation to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

United Kingdom - July 13 2020 HMRC's first arrest in relation to the government's furlough scheme provides a warning to businesses, particularly given the potential for wider…

Ian Hyde