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Law Tactics & Strategy in Defending in Conspiracy Allegations
Definition of Conspiracy
There are two types of conspiracy – statutory and common-law. Common law conspiracy was abolished by the Criminal Law Act 1977, though even with the dawn of a the statutory regime for fraud offences under ...Read More
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Why the Bank of England’s investigation by the Serious Fraud Office could prove a costly reminder of the value of anti-f...Read More 4 years ago
The forex scandal has prompted calls for change. It should also be seen as a call for compliance.
It’s taken a while an...Read More 4 years ago
Why HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is finding it pays to take a closer than usual look at property investors.
The tax man ...Read More 4 years ago
When a breach of the rules leads to evidence being excluded.
Those charged with serious offences will have a considerable ...Read More 4 years ago
Part 7 of Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) contains the Act’s money laundering offences. The provisions have kept pro...Read More 4 years ago
Independent financial advisers (IFA’s) as well as their clients were among the many hit by an illegal £50M property inv...Read More 4 years ago
HSBC has called itself the world’s local bank. Revelations about its tax avoidance tactics have ma...
Major pension changes are coming. And they will place a special responsibility on pension brokers an...
Why mortgage brokers have to be more careful than ever about the risk of fraud.
All the evidence in...
Plans for tighter restrictions on Forex mean that the value of compliance can only rise in this sect...
Since the start of the 2014-15 financial year, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has been responsible fo...
A number of high-profile investigations have seen some of the best known commercial institutions pla...