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By Alex Swan
On 22 September 2014, Tesco plc announced to the market that it had overstated its income for the first half of the financial year by £250m due to the accelerated recognition of income and delayed accrual of costs.
By David Hardstaff
Recently the BBC reported that despite the ‘legalisation of medicinal cannabis' in November 2018, ‘virtually no-one' in the UK had been able to access it since changes in the law over three months ago.
By Shaul Brazil, Jonathan Flynn
When fully operational, OPOs will inevitably be used to circumvent the traditional MLA process.
By Richard Sallybanks
BCL partner, Richard Sallybanks writes for Law 360 examining the case between the U.K. Serious Fraud Office and Tesco Stores Limited
By John Binns
Increasingly, businesses in the UK are looking at entering into, or investing in, the legal cannabis industry, domestically or overseas.
By Richard Sallybanks
BCL partner, Richard Sallybanks speaks to James Thomas of Global Investigations Review (GIR) about the possible repercussions of a UK judge's decision to force retailer Tesco to hand over documents
By Richard Reichman, Suzanne Gallagher
BCL partner, Richard Reichman and solicitor, Suzanne Gallagher consider the effects and implications of the newly launched consultation on food allergen labelling.
By John Binns
BCL partner, John Binns talks to The Times about the difficult process of collecting assets from the Assad regime after the family of murdered journalist, Marie Colvin were awarded $302 million in damages.
By Richard Sallybanks, Ami Amin, Jonathan Flynn
In any cross-border investigation, invariably suspects will either be located in different jurisdictions, or subject to investigation by authorities from different jurisdictions, or both.
By John Binns
BCL partner, John Binns speaks to Edward Fennell at The Times to discuss the new Economic Crime Strategic Board (ECSB),
By John Binns
Writing for Law 360, he looks at how the U.K.'s participation in the EU's Justice and Home Affairs measures is subject to a specially negotiated "opt-in" mechanism.
By John Binns
BCL partner, John Binns explores the general climate and recent developments of how money laundering, terrorism financing and fraud are defined and regulated in the UK.
By John Binns, Rosanna Cardona
The High Court in Lonsdale v National Westminster Bank Plc considered the extent to which it was possible to obtain disclosure and/or inspection of suspicious activity reports (SARs) ...
By Michael Drury, Richard Reichman
What statutory or regulatory obligations should an entity consider when deciding whether to conduct an internal investigation in your jurisdiction?
By Richard Reichman, Suzanne Gallagher
BCL partner, Richard Reichman and solicitor, Suzanne Gallagher consider the review into the UK's regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles by the Law Commission of England and Wales