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Dutch prosecutors have conceded there are flaws in their current approach to filtering for privileged information during investigations.
26 September 2023
A new section in the National Security Division will devote more resources to cybercrime, but lawyers said it may compete with a Criminal Division unit for cases.
21 July 2023
This is the first time that the department will gather information about all cases related to corporate wrongdoing across the agency in the same place.
09 June 2023
16 March 2023
Government investigators are now able to request information directly from communication service providers, including major tech companies
07 December 2022
The head of the DOJ’s fraud section said in-house lawyers should make the most of their resources when introducing data analytics into their company’s compliance programme, and indicated that more enforcement actions and policy changes are on the horizon.
01 December 2022
“Determining the effectiveness of anti-money laundering systems should be about the outcome, not how the organisation got there,” said a lawyer who helped Bunq win a landmark victory against a Dutch financial regulator.
10 November 2022
Max Hill KC told a London legal conference that the reports’ emphasis on early engagement with defence counsel during investigations is something his agency needs to keep in mind.
10 October 2022
UK practitioners condemned the UK’s anti-fraud watchdog for the “basic” failures described in recent reviews of the agency and say the reports provide an urgent opportunity for learning and reflection by the SFO and the government.
28 July 2022
Two groups representing Dutch criminal defence lawyers have joined law firm Stibbe in a civil case over alleged infringements of confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.
04 February 2022
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