President Duterte’s latest threat to declare martial law in Mindanao has sparked further concerns in the European Union, this amid strong signals that his war on drugs and other anticrime measures that his administration is doggedly pushing for, like the death penalty, could have an adverse effect on EU-Philippine trade relations.
US-businessman Bill Browder has said the UK government is “appeasing” Russia by refusing to implement stronger sanctions against the country.
The UK’s competition regulator has found evidence that online retailers are colluding and scamming buyers out of money by agreeing to not compete or undercut each other’s prices.
England: Jail for Leeds men involved in international ‘cuckoo smurfing’ drugs money laundering operation
A court heard the gang were caught following a raid by police officers at a house in Leeds as one
Two dozen alleged gang members have been indicted on federal racketeering and other charges after an investigation determined they oversaw
On 7 July the National Crime Agency published its “Cyber Crime Assessment 2016 – need for a stronger law enforcement and business partnership to fight cyber crime”.
In this article, Neill Blundell, Head of the Fraud & Investigations Group at Eversheds and Jason Williamson, Eversheds Associate, consider (i) the growth in cyber crime, (ii) the challenges business face as a consequence and (iii) the practical steps businesses can take to enhance their defences against cyber-criminal activity.
What exactly is being proposed? A public register of the beneficial owners of UK property held by overseas companies and other legal entities. Beneficial owners of overseas firms involved in central Government procurement would also be ...
In the first of a new series of audio interviews, Amos Wittenberg speaks to Viv Jones of Eversheds Sutherland solicitors about international anti-bribery regimes. Viv wrote recently for KYC360 on Kenya's latest piece of anti-bribery legislation. https://vimeo.com/213859331 Transcript (note this transcript ...
A CEO never expects to be wiretapped. Let’s face it – a wiretap in the C-Suite is rare. Justice Department prosecutors have always looked for an opportunity. CEOs have loose lips and can suffer significant ...
Barrister & leading financial crime investigator Tom Devlin offers practical guidance on creating a watertight and cost effective compliance regime. He looks at systems, employee training and continuing professional development, and the critical but often overlooked issue of corporate ...
Free, easy-to-use hacking tools help many young people slip into a life of cyber-crime, according to a report. The National Crime Agency (NCA) has detailed the "pathways" taken by people who become criminals. Many started by getting ...
The Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday announced an award of nearly $4 million to a whistleblower who tipped the agency
In recent speeches, the Attorney General and an Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division reconfirmed DOJ’s support for
West African regional bloc ECOWAS said on Tuesday it was ready to impose targeted sanctions against those it deems responsible
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) today assessed a $15 million civil money penalty against U.S. Bank