Corporate Crime

Webinar: Corporate Investigations – Recent Developments

We are pleased to be teaming up with Mondaq on the 18th May 2023 to host a live webinar discussing the recent developments in corporate investigations and regulatory compliance. In this webinar, BCL’s John Binns, Tom McNeill and Anoushka Warlow will explore the recent approach of regulators to economic crime, supply chains, failure to prevent notices, deferred prosecution agreements, and the proceeds of crime.

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Warnings that workers could be exploited by new AI technologies – what are the dangers?

BCL partner and data protection law and surveillance expert Julian Hayes recently spoke to People Management magazine about the data protection issues surrounding employers’ increasing use of artificial intelligence, following the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill back before parliament this week (w/c 17th April).

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Sanctions Designations in UK Courts: Lessons from the Synesis Case

The High Court has heard – and rejected – the first challenge under the UK’s post-Brexit sanctions framework. BCL partner, John Binns explains what the judgment tell us about how others’ designations could now be scrutinised.

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”UK sanctions—a year in review” John Binns writes for LexisNexis

To say that this has been a game-changing year in UK sanctions would be an understatement. Almost a year since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, BCL partner John Binns writes for LexisNexis reflecting on what the last year has taught us about how sanctions regulation and enforcement has developed and what to expect in the future.

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Anoushka Warlow and Suzanne Gallagher write for The Global Legal Post discussing the US DoJ’s a revised approach to corporate self-reporting

New US Department of Justice Policy demonstrates a commitment to pursuing individual wrongdoing, but will the UK’s Serious Fraud Office follow suit? BCL’s Anoushka Warlow and Suzanne Gallagher write for The Global Legal Post examining the new policy and its potential impact for the UK.

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