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Is the FCA reluctant to probe money laundering?
Rhys looks at the FCA's decision to discontinue 50% of its criminal investigations into money laundering rule breaches
Pharmacy Brief - September 2020
The September edition of our Pharmacy Brief
Business interruption insurance claims
We understand that these are extremely difficult times and we are here to offer as much support as possible to our clients.
French reform on provisional enforcement by Law and why it matters to civil and commercial disputes strategy in France
Simone looks at the French reform on provisional enforcement by Law and why it matters to civil and commercial disputes strategy in France.
“The reputation of the profession is more important than the fortunes of any individual member.”
We explore the approach regulators are taking to allegations of misconduct arising from incidents which have occurred outside working hours.
COVID-19: security for costs in an economic downturn
Caroline looks at a recent case where a party seeks to use COVID-19's economic consequences to support their security for costs application.
Too much information? A significant development in HMRC powers
Hugh looks at the Finance Bill 2020/21 and its further measure giving HMRC a significant new power to obtain information.
Supreme Court decides that reflective loss rule does not bar claims made by unsecured creditors
A review of the recent Supreme Court judgment which significantly narrowed the scope of the rule against recovery of reflective loss.
Claiming privilege in investigations: whose decision is it?
Abigail looks at the recent decision of A v B and another