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City of London

The Bribery Act: Commercial Organisations

By Deepak Vij

Article by: Deepak Vij and Taimoor Tarafdar. On 1st July 2011 the Bribery Act 2010 came into force. Under section 7 of the Act a…

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Royal Courts of Justice

New Defence: Modern Slavery and Forced Labour

By Zaki Hashmi

Section 45 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 – a new defence for victims of modern slavery and forced labour Article by: Zaki Hashmi. The…

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Advice at the Police Station

End the uncertainty caused by long police investigations

By Claire Anderson

Article by: Claire Anderson. Leaving suspects in the dark for years can destroy lives – our justice system must unite for change. Waiting for results…

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Boiler Room Fraud

MULTI MILLION POUND CARBON CREDIT AND DIAMOND FRAUD TRIAL COLLAPSES AT SOUTHWARK CROWN COURT

By Fergus Harrington

Article by: Fergus Harrington. In this article Fergus Harrington, Solicitor at ABV Solicitors, reflects on the events that took place this week at Southwark Crown…

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Corporate Facilitation

Unexplained Wealth Orders – Another Weapon in the Government’s Armoury?

By Rohit Sharma

Article by: Akhtar Ahmad and Rohit Sharma. The UK has taken a further step in its fight against alleged foreign criminals and Organised Crime Groups…

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Powers of the Police: When to provide your mobile phone PIN or Password

By Louise Ahmad

Article by: Louise Ahmad Can a Police Officer seize your mobile phone and do you have to provide your PIN or Password? When arresting a…

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Rape Cases – Police to seek the consent of complainants to examine their phones in rape cases

By Claire Anderson

Article by: Claire Anderson   It was announced yesterday that police forces across the UK will now be seeking the consent of complainants to examine…

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The right to be offensive? CAA v The Director of Public Prosecutions [2019] EWHC 9 (Admin)

By Zaki Hashmi

Article by: Zaki Hashmi   In English law the right to free speech is governed in large part by the provisions of section 5 of…

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The Sharp End of the Law? Knife Crime Prevention Orders

By Alice Brackenbury

Article by: Alice Brackenbury   A glance at any current news source reveals rising government and public concern about knife crime. The latest government proposal…

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EURIBOR AND LIBOR: Defending Prosecutions by the SFO

By Amirah Ajaz

Article by: Deepak Vij Amirah Ajaz   Since 2015 the Serious Fraud Office has brought a series of prosecutions alleging the manipulation and rigging of…

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