Topic: Judicial review

Paris court upholds crimes against humanity charges against Lafarge

19 May 2022

German court quashes search warrants tied to SAR probe

11 February 2022

Zondo Commission publishes first report into corruption in South Africa

05 January 2022

Fifa fails to re-open Blatter criminal probe

30 July 2021

GIR Live: KBR case shows the benefits of pushing back against the SFO

A lawyer who acted for US engineering company KBR in its recent legal tussle with the Serious Fraud Office over the agency’s powers to compel evidence stored abroad said the case demonstrates the advantages of challenging the SFO.

22 July 2021

GIR Live returns in London – in pictures

Global Investigations Review’s first post-lockdown in-person conference, chaired by Stephen Gentle of Simmons & Simmons and Susannah Cogman of Herbert Smith Freehills, took place in London on Wednesday 21 July.

22 July 2021

UK court lifts anonymity order in Azerbaijani money laundering case

27 May 2021

UK DPA architect: judges are more than a rubber stamp

Lord Edward Garnier QC has defended judges against criticism that they have failed to properly scrutinise deferred prosecution agreements presented by the Serious Fraud Office.

13 May 2021

Canadian mining company defeats Cuba trafficking lawsuit

The ruling comes under a month after Visa and Mastercard dismissed a similar claim brought under the controversial Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.

29 April 2021

EU court invalidates Bulgarian EAWs

12 March 2021

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