Topic: Trials

Ex-Serco executive alleges SFO case against him “doesn’t make sense”

The counsel for a former operations manager at Serco has argued in a London court that the SFO’s fraud allegations against his client are illogical and unfair.

07 April 2021

The Bolloré case: Inconsistent justice is no justice at all

It’s time to address the need for holistic resolution to corporate crimes, Paul Hastings lawyers Jonathan Pickworth, Nicola Bonucci, Jo Dimmock and Vivian Fischer argue.

26 March 2021

Huawei accountant testimony barred from CFO’s extradition trial

24 March 2021

Ex-Wirecard executive accused of helping marijuana companies defraud US banks

23 March 2021

South Korean prosecutors seize ex-president’s home over bribery fines

23 March 2021

Court upholds spoofing convictions for ex-Deutsche Bank traders

The Chicago federal court has thrown out James Vorley and Cédric Chanu’s arguments that jurors wrongly convicted them of wire fraud over a scheme to spoof precious metals markets.

19 March 2021

Businessman sentenced to four years in prison over Venezuela sanctions breaches

18 March 2021

Malaysian prosecutors charge former Shell manager with money laundering

16 March 2021

Brazil files appeal against annulment of Lula conviction

12 March 2021

Brazilian judge overturns Lula’s bribery conviction

A judge at the Federal District Court of Brasília will reexamine the case against Lula after a justice of the Supreme Court voided his conviction.

09 March 2021

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