“Tackling Dishonesty Among Legal Partners” – Article from The Law Society Gazette by Michael Caplan QC and Richard Fox of Kingsley Napley LLP
House Of Lords Committee on The Bribery Act Responses by the Law Society, CLLS Corporate Crime and Corruption Law Committee, and the Fraud Lawyers Association to a Call For Evidence by the House of Lords
Vacancy for the Corporate Crime and Corruption Law Committee.
30/10/2013 - Response to Sentencing Council consultation on Sentencing Guidelines for Fraud, Bribery and Money Laundering Offences
The Corporate Crime & Corruption Committee recently responded to the Sentencing Council consultation on the draft guideline on fraud, bribery and money laundering offences. The Committee responded to the specific consultation questions, and noted that it welcomed the guidelines and that it generally supported the proposed methodology for calculating sentences – i.e. determining the category (and thus the starting point and range of sentence) according to the culpability of the offender and the harm caused, to be followed by considering after-the-event factors such as cooperation and plea.
Response to MoJ Consultation on Deferred Prosecution Agreements
Response to House of Lords Justice and Institutions Sub-Committee Call for Evidence regarding its Inquiry into EU Criminal Procedure
Press Release Announcing the Launch of the Corporate Crime & Corruption Committee