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Regulatory Cooperation And Waiver Of Privilege
Regulatory authorities in Ireland and the UK have begun to adopt a more aggressive stance on legal professional privilege in the context of regulatory investigations.
Ireland
16 Oct 2019
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Criminal Justice (International Co-Operation) Act 2019: Broader Than The Troubles?
The Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 2019 (the Act) was signed into law by the President on 23 July 2019 under the auspices of the Stormont House Agreement of 23 December 2014,...
Ireland
15 Oct 2019
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Criminal Silence: When Should You Report White Collar Crime?
If you have information relevant to white collar or financial crime and do not report it, you may be guilty of a criminal offence.
Ireland
22 Jul 2019
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2018 In Review: Corporate Crime Developments
Following on from the publication at the end of 2017 of the Government's White Collar Crime Package, 2018 was a busy year in the corporate crime sphere.
Ireland
1 Feb 2019
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Corporate Investigations 2019
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Investigations 2019 has now been published. Corporate Investigations covers common issues in corporate investigations laws and regulations
Ireland
21 Dec 2018
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Failings In The Disclosure Process: Key Learnings
What can we learn from failings in the disclosure process in the UK?
Ireland
18 Dec 2018
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Extension Of Phone Tapping Powers On The Regulatory Horizon?
Do regulatory agencies have phone tapping powers? For now, no – but there have been calls for the Government to give certain regulatory agencies, such as the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC)
Ireland
14 Dec 2018
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Hide And Seek: Getting The Better Of Sophisticated Fraudsters
Victims of online fraud are often left without any practical remedies as, by design, the fraud will be carried out in such a way as to make it extremely difficult to uncover the fraudsters' identities and to trace any stolen monies.
Ireland
28 Nov 2018
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Major Reforms To Combat Corporate Crime Recommended
Ireland will move further away from its perceived "light touch" regulatory regime if commendations made by the Law Reform Commission (LRC) in a recent report are implemented.
Ireland
14 Nov 2018
10
Cliff-Edge Moment For Privacy Rights And Criminal Investigations
Does a suspect in a criminal investigation have a reasonable expectation of privacy?
Ireland
26 Sep 2018
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Let Me Entertain You: Corporate Hospitality & The Corruption Act
Can I bring my client to the All-Ireland Football Final to thank her for her business?
Ireland
6 Sep 2018
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Corruption Act In Force
The Act was commenced by ministerial order on 30 July 2018.
Ireland
6 Aug 2018
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Criminal Liability For Company "Managers"
When can a manager be prosecuted for offences committed by a body corporate?
Ireland
5 Jul 2018
14
New Anti-Corruption Legislation To Impact Corporates Operating In Ireland
New anti-corruption legislation has been signed into Irish law. The introduction of new corruption-related offences and tough penalties in the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018 ..
Ireland
18 Jun 2018
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Reduce The Risk Of Criminal Liability: Put Anti-Corruption Policies In Place
Companies and other corporate bodies operating in Ireland will risk criminal liability if they do not have adequate anti-corruption policies and procedures in place, once proposed anti-corruption legislation becomes law.
Ireland
28 Nov 2017
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New White Collar Crime Package
On 2 November 2017 the Government published its new White Collar Crime package.
Ireland
10 Nov 2017
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The Long And Punitive Arm Of The SEC: Is The DOJ Far Behind?
Eight of the top ten fines ever issued under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) were levied on European companies.
Ireland
9 Nov 2017
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What Is It You Haven't Told Me?
Disclosure is an essential feature of the criminal justice process. If not done correctly, it can cause issues for both prosecutors and accused and can jeopardise the successful prosecution of a case.
Ireland
14 Sep 2017
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Fraud: Turning The Tables On The Fraudsters
Fraud, asset misappropriation and money laundering are among the top five economic crimes reported by Irish companies in the past two years.
Ireland
10 Nov 2016
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Should Search Warrants Identify The Specific Offence Suspected?
Regulators and other bodies with the power to search premises should consider identifying the specific offence suspected when applying to court for a search warrant and setting out the specific offence on the face of the warrant.
Ireland
27 Jul 2016
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