BCL partner John Binns has been quoted in The Times’s discussing the practicalities of launching an international anti-corruption court and the operational difficulties it could encounter to implement the good intentions of the United Nations Convention against corruption.
BCL partner John Binns and Mark Rainsford QC discuss the fascinating and challenging world of seizing digital and crypto assets using the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 in the recent ”Seizure of Cryptocurrencies and Virtual Assets (2021)” webinar from LexisNexis.
BCL partner John Binns writes for Law360discussing a new report from Spotlight Corruption, which suggests that the revenue from the penalties might be added to the budgets of the various state agencies involved.
The turbulent trajectory of the UK’s laws to combat the spread of Covid-19 over the last two years is such that it can be hard to recall exactly what has been prohibited and when. BCL partner John Binns writes for The Barrister speaking about the history of the lockdown regulations.