Practice Notes: Crime

AML: Supervising the supervisor

Susan Humble reflects on the AML oversight and regulation regime

02 Aug 2021

Red alert? Data protection laws v INTERPOL Red Notices

Barristers Ben Keith and Amy Woolfson evaluate the interplay between INTERPOL, Schengen, and the Law Enforcement Directive

02 Aug 2021

Counting on it? 10 years of the Bribery Act 2010

A decade on, Kathleen Harris evaluates the efficacy of the Bribery Act 2010

02 Aug 2021

Safe as houses? The Domestic Abuse Act 2021

Mr Cathál MacPartholán explores the strengthened protections for those experiencing domestic abuse and intimate partner violence

28 Jul 2021

Crime and punishment: The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

A bumper Criminal Justice Bill is giving lawyers cause for concern, Rachel Rothwell reports

18 Jul 2021

Ewing Law: the power of private practice in crime?

Tony Wyatt sets out the attributes and approaches of Ewing Law, a criminal firm serving private clients

13 Jul 2021

Former partner jailed for fraud 

Robert Wiggans misappropriated over £200,000 from a vulnerable client

10 Jun 2021

CBA warns of implications of 'haemorrhaging' of criminal barristers

The Criminal Bar Association has stated that “without a dramatic increase in funding, the haemorrhaging of talented barristers will continue”

03 Jun 2021

Deferred prosecution agreements: lessons from Serco

Harry Travers and Alex Swan consider the implications on individual prosecutions following corporate DPAs

21 May 2021

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