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Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP | USA, Global | 28 Dec 2018

Anti-money laundering and fraud in the USA

A structured guide to AML and fraud in the USA


Walder Wyss | USA | 30 Jul 2018

Entscheidbesprechungen Discussions d’arrêts actuels

X., US-Brger mit Wohnsitz in New York, fhrte die Geschfte der A. Ltd. mit Sitz in der Karibik. Im Mrz 2008 beauftragte ihn die A. Ltd. mit


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Arab Emirates | 11 Jul 2018

Corporate Crime Update - June 2018 - Middle East

The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court of First Instance has convicted and sentenced 28 men to a combined total prison term of 283 years for attempting to steal


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Nov 2017

Bank fraud compensation scheme floated

Concerns about authorised "push" payment frauds have prompted the Payment Services Regulator to suggest that a compensation scheme could be put in


Buckley LLP | USA | 14 Jun 2017

Filipino National Sentenced for Running $9 Million Cybercrime Ring

On June 8, a U.S. District Court Judge sentenced a Filipino national to over five years in prison and two years of supervised release after pleading


Horwood Marcus & Berk | USA | 16 Feb 2017

How the Supreme Court’s Interpretation of Bank Fraud is Useful in Foreign Recoveries

On 121216, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the bank fraud statute does not require proof that the bank suffered a financial loss nor that there was


Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP | USA | 19 Dec 2016

The Supreme Court’s Broad Interpretation of the Bank Fraud Statute May Provide a Potent Tool in Combatting Cybercrime

The Supreme Court in Shaw v. United States recently held that the federal bank fraud statute does not require that defendants cause, or intend to


Buckley LLP | USA | 16 Dec 2016

Shaw v. United States - Supreme Court Holds that Fraud Against Customer can be Fraud Against Bank

In Shaw v. United States, No. 15-5991 (Dec. 12, 2016), the Supreme Court ruled 8-0 that Lawrence Eugene Shaw had defrauded a national bank when he


Spencer Fane LLP | USA | 16 Dec 2016

White Collar Update: The Supreme Court Weighs In On Bank Fraud

With Monday’s decision in Shaw v. U.S., the Supreme Court cleared up any ambiguity regarding who is protected by the bank fraud statute (18 U.S.C


K&L Gates | USA | 14 Dec 2016

Supreme Court Finds Bank Fraud Need Not Target Banks; Resolves Circuit Split in Prosecutors’ Favor

On Monday, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in Shaw v. United States, holding that a violation of the Bank Fraud Act2, does not

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