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24th Oct 2017Newsletters

Reasonable foreseeability after R v Rose

Chris Gillespie examines the case of R v Rose from a health and safety perspective. Honey Rose was an optometrist who negligently failed to perform her statutory duty...

18th Oct 2017Newsletters

“Exercising Restraint?”

Howard Watkinson looks at the whys and wherefores of applying to discharge pre-charge restraint orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (“POCA”). The pre-charge restraint order under...

18th Oct 2017Newsletters

The Right to Silence is Not Yet Silent

On November 5th 2015, Anthony Allen and Tom Conti, both previously employees of Rabobank, were convicted by a court in New York of wire fraud and bank...

18th Oct 2017Newsletters

The SFO Survives the Latest Political Reshuffle

The Government is beginning the search for a new director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) thereby confirming Theresa May’s plan to scrap the white-collar crime authority has been...

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