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Global Investigations Review | United Kingdom | 14 Jan 2019

Witness interviews in internal investigations: the UK perspective - part two

Professional obligations can affect how witness interviews are conducted. Solicitors have a general duty to act in their client’s best interests, they


Greenberg Traurig LLP | USA, United Kingdom | 2 Jan 2019

Failure to Prevent Tax Evasion: Forgotten, but Not Gone

The two new offences govern U.K. And non-U.K. Tax and are targeted at criminalising a corporate entity or partnership’s (broadly, a ‘relevant body’)


Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 13 Dec 2018

2018: Another year, more financial crime prevention requirements

It seems as if we are still coming to terms with the changes of 2017 yet now must adapt to more. And all this in the (at the time this article was


Buddle Findlay | New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, etc. | 13 Dec 2018

Legal update on Insolvency law - December 2018

The High Court considered for the first time an application by Reserve Bank of New Zealand (the


Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 4 Dec 2018

Asset freezing and forfeiture under the Criminal Finances Act: how bank accounts are targeted

The Criminal Finances Act 2017 (CFA) grabbed the headlines when, in January this year, the provisions enabling U when it came into effect last year


RPC | United Kingdom | 3 Dec 2018

On the first day of Christmas, the High Court gave to mea privilege in E-N-RC

With Advent upon us, and Christmas on the horizon, RPC takes a musical look back at the most important English judgments of 2018. Liability for all


Greenberg Traurig LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Nov 2018

Prove It or Lose It! - Part I: Unexplained Wealth Orders

Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) have recently been in the news. They extend the powers available to UK law enforcement authorities under the Proceeds


Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 2 Nov 2018

Beneficial ownership and unexplained wealth orders

The drive for transparency regarding company ownership does not appear to be the success that was hoped for. And this could have legal implications


TLT LLP | United Kingdom | 26 Oct 2018

Legal Privilege in Regulatory Investigations: analysis of recent decisions

The Court of Appeal decision in SFO V ENRC, which reversed the first instance decision, restored the original position and clarified the law on legal


RadcliffesLeBrasseur | United Kingdom | 11 Oct 2018

Unexplained Wealth Orders - A presumption of guilt?

The individual who was made the subject of the UK’s first Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) in February this year has been named as Zamira Hajiyeva. She