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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 10 Jun 2019

The Bribery Act review - Economic crime and failure to prevent offences

The government published in May 2019 its responses to two Committee reports on financial crime. First, the House of Commons Treasury Committee on 8


Economic Laws Practice | India | 3 Jun 2019

India Update Part 2 of 2019

We welcome you to the latest edition of ELP Knowledge Series, a quarterly analysis of curated topics pertaining to critical legal and regulatory


Baker McKenzie | United Kingdom, Africa, European Union | 28 May 2019

Seven Things to Consider When Transacting in Africa

Ahead of the Baker McKenzie African Transactional Summit taking place in Johannesburg in May 2019, Baker McKenzie lawyers based in Africa, alongside


Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 20 May 2019

Financial Services and Markets Dispute Resolution Quarterly Update: Spring 2019

Judicial highlights include a bank failing to exclude the Quincecare duty; further scrutiny of representations in the context of benchmark


Slaughter and May | United Kingdom, European Union | 16 May 2019

Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 16 May 2019

Major UK and European regulatory developments of interest to banks, insurers and reinsurers, asset managers and other market participants


White & Case LLP | USA, United Kingdom, European Union | 10 May 2019

Deferred Prosecution Agreements 5 Years On - The Americanisation of UK Corporate Crime Enforcement

Five years ago, in the spring of 2014, Deferred Prosecution Agreements ('DPAs') were first introduced in the UK through the Crime and Courts Act 2013


Baker McKenzie | European Union | 8 May 2019

UK publishes guidance on four UK sanctions regimes

The UK has published guidance in relation to the four UK sanctions regimes listed below. This guidance outlines the prohibitions and restrictions, the


Baker McKenzie | Global | 7 May 2019

International Trade Compliance Update - May 2019

The WTO announced that Australia has ratified the WTO’s Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), submitting its instrument of accession to the WTO


Baker McKenzie | United Kingdom, European Union | 3 May 2019

Brexit update (03.05.2019)

In Thursday’s local elections, Conservatives lost 600 seats and Labour almost 80 seats. Tory voters


Bright Line Law | United Kingdom | 24 Apr 2019

Corporate facilitation of tax evasion - not yet a damp squib

Speedread: Although there have not been any prosecutions to date, the introduction of the corporate facilitation offences is not a damp squib. The

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