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The Bribery Act: Commercial Organisations

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 company is liable to prosecution if any associated person engages in bribery, unless the company can show that it had in place adequate procedures to prevent such conduct. But what…

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New Defence: Modern Slavery and Forced Labour

Section 45 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 – a new defence for victims of modern slavery and forced labour Article by: Zaki Hashmi. The preamble to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 declares it to be “an Act to make provision about slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour, including provision for the protection of…

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End the uncertainty caused by long police investigations

Article by: Claire Anderson. Leaving suspects in the dark for years can destroy lives – our justice system must unite for change. Waiting for results is stressful, whether it be for medical tests or exams, indeed anything that will have an impact on one’s life and future. Imagine a serious sexual allegation is made against…

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The Bribery Act: Commercial Organisations

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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New Defence: Modern Slavery and Forced Labour

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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End the uncertainty caused by long police investigations

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

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

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

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

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)

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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