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Bright Line Law is a barrister law firm through which Jonathan Fisher QC, one of the UK's leading barristers in white collar crime cases, provides…
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Bright Line Law | OECD, United Kingdom, USA | 24 Feb 2021

A UK Eye on US AML Reform

Recent reform of anti-money laundering law in the US has implications for the UK. Foreign bank account subpoenas and cross-border SAR…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 5 Feb 2021

Benefitting from Criminal Conduct

One of the most difficult aspects in the application of the reporting obligation in some AML cases is the determination of whether a person…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 22 Jan 2021

Financial Sanctions, Criminal Liability and POCA 2002

Circumvention offences establish criminal liability for breaches of financial sanctions. The potential engagement of the circumvention offences…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 14 Dec 2020

Restoring confidence in the pre-pack?

Rachel Clark considers whether draft new regulations requiring scrutiny of pre-pack sales to connected parties will be enough to prevent…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 23 Nov 2020

Wrongful trading — a civil contravention with a money laundering implication?

The wrongful trading suspension ended on 30 September 2020 and it is important that company directors keep in mind the offence in section…
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Bright Line Law | European Union, United Kingdom | 6 Nov 2020

Cryptoasset service providers should plan, not panic

The recent Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) ban on crypto-derivatives trading to retail consumers sent waves of commentary through the…
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Bright Line Law | European Union, United Kingdom | 27 Oct 2020

The impact of a person’s OFAC designation in the UK

Anita Clifford considers the scope for enforcement of OFAC designation against UK persons. In certain scenarios, a US sanction will…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 22 Oct 2020

Tax reporting under DAC 6…

As the UK reporting deadlines fast approach, Rachel Clark examines the new obligations to report arrangements under ‘DAC 6’, and what this…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 1 Oct 2020

To train, and to train well - that is the question

Training is a requirement under the UK Money Laundering Regulations but the wording leaves wide scope for interpretation. Jonathan Fisher…
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Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 17 Sep 2020

Furlough Fraud and Professional Advisers

Speed read: Fraud on employee support schemes is a focus for enforcement authorities in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. Anita Clifford…
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