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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

Bribery and corruption provisions

Belgium, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom - October 23 2017 The Belgian Criminal Code (the "Code"), sections 246 to 250 (public corruption) and 504bis to 504ter (private corruption) What key offences does it…

Jeroen Bedaux, Joan Carette, Jürgen Ehrlichmann, John Koh, Chia-Ling Koh, Daniela Latorre, Lucie Mongin-Archambeaud, Silvia Steiner, Guohua Zhang

Regulatory Outlook - January 2018

European Union, United Kingdom - January 23 2018 The Advertising Standards Authority has published its report on gender stereotypes in advertising. The report concludes that new rules should be…

Kevin Barrow, Tom Ellis, Matthew Germain, Tom Harding, Julian Hemming, Ashley Hurst, Nick Johnson, Mary Lawrence, Simon Neill, Jon Round, Marc Shrimpling, Mark Taylor, Claire Temple, Alexander Vakil, Katie Vickery, Charlie Wedin, Catherine Wolfenden, Nikki Worden

Latest privilege decision limits scope of litigation privilege

United Kingdom - May 11 2017 In a significant High Court decision, Mrs Justice Andrews has sought to recalibrate the scope of litigation privilege. The ruling will be of…

Tom Ellis

Responding to Dawn Raids: seven top tips

United Kingdom - March 14 2019 Businesses across all sectors can be subject to raids or investigations from a variety of enforcements agencies. Ensuring that your business responds…

Georgia Lythgoe