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CBRE neither admitted nor denied allegations that it required employees to sign a release agreement stating they had not filed charges against the company in order to receive separation pay.
19 September 2023
08 September 2023
A senior prosecutor at the UK’s Serious Fraud Office has called on private practice lawyers to come and work at the agency.
06 September 2023
The House of Commons on Monday rejected a number of amendments to the country’s new economic crime prevention legislation.
05 September 2023
The trial of Lundin Energy and two executives for alleged complicity in war crimes in Sudan is set to last two-and-and-half years.
04 September 2023
29 August 2023
The Serious Fraud Office has closed two of its longest-running and highest-profile corruption investigations.
24 August 2023
French lawyers said the proposed legislation would give French companies greater protections from evidence-gathering requests sent by foreign regulators.
16 August 2023
In the wake of a sexual harassment scandal at a London investment business, GIR explores the Financial Conduct Authority’s efforts to punish companies and individuals for non-financial misconduct.
31 July 2023
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