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By Anthony Hanratty
On 23 May 2018, the Sanctions and Money Laundering Act was given Royal Assent. Currently the ability of the UK to impose domestic sanctions is set out in the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001...
By John Bechelet
It has been reported in The Times and elsewhere that there has been a marked increase of judicial bullying. Judges shouting at and belittling those who appear before them.
By Anthony Hanratty
The EAW was introduced in 2004 in order to streamline the extradition of wanted persons between EU member states.
By Roland Ellis
Since the acquittals in the Barclays LIBOR retrial in the summer of 2017 there has been much discussion in the business crime community about the significance of the spectacular implosion...
By Anthony Hanratty
Whilst the UK government has no hesitation in accusing Russia of using a chemical agent in an attempted murder on UK soil, the English courts still find no reason to doubt the truthfulness...
By John Bechelet
Lord Bingham identified certainty, clarity and predictability as key constituents of the Rule of Law.
By John Bechelet
In the case of Patel v Mirza 2016 UKSC 42 Mr Patel was entitled to restitution of £620,000.00 given to Mr Mirza to place bets on a bank's share price with the benefit of insider information.
By Cindy Dorrington
After global media organisations published the leaked Panama Papers from law firm Mossack Fonseca revealing how corporates and some of the world's wealthy and powerful used offshore companies to hide their assets . . .