Topic: Fraud

Too many options could hinder UK business crime reforms

Corporate criminal liability reform in the UK is at the mercy of political forces after the government’s law review body failed to outline a clear path forward.

21 June 2022

Pemex to seek damages as “victim” of Glencore’s price manipulation

Mexico’s state oil company will ask a US court to order Anglo-Swiss commodities trader Glencore to cover financial losses Pemex allegedly suffered in an oil price rigging scheme.

20 June 2022

Allianz pleads guilty in Australia to misleading customers

15 June 2022

UK court dismisses lawsuit against JPMorgan for processing alleged oilfield bribes

14 June 2022

Spanish recruitment company fined €80m in France over contracts fraud

13 June 2022

Anti-corruption experts attack UK corporate criminal liability report

The Law Commission’s long-awaited review of corporate criminal liability in the UK has been branded “limited and unambitious” by MPs and anti-corruption groups.

10 June 2022

Following Gupta arrests, lawyers warn of long journey to come

South African lawyers say the arrests of the Gupta brothers in Dubai on Monday are a real “milestone” but warned that it could take years for the pair to face trial over their alleged role in widespread corruption in South Africa.

09 June 2022

OLAF official: more probes will lead to enforcement actions in coming years

An OLAF official believes the establishment of an EU-wide prosecution agency will improve the effectiveness of the bloc’s anti-fraud investigation agency by prosecuting more of its cases.

08 June 2022

Hewlett Packard Enterprise executive appointed Fraud Section chief

Lorinda Laryea will step in as the acting chief until Glenn Leon officially takes the position.

07 June 2022

Judge dismisses Cognizant legal fees dispute over bribery defence

Case over allegedly fraudulent fees must proceed in Delaware, a Manhattan district judge ruled.

07 June 2022

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