Topic: Trials

Tom Hayes loses attempt to revisit Libor conviction

An independent body has provisionally decided not to instruct an appeals court to revisit the 2015 conviction of former UBS and Citibank trader Tom Hayes for rigging the Libor benchmark rate.

08 December 2021

Indonesian prosecutors seek death penalty in corruption case

07 December 2021

Former BitMEX executives try to block law enforcement testimony

06 December 2021

Convicted former world athletics chief dies

03 December 2021

Former Hong Kong stock exchange executive acquitted of accepting bribes

03 December 2021

GIR Live: DPAs can prevent the SFO from prosecuting individuals

White-collar crime lawyers say the Serious Fraud Office’s desire to reach settlements with companies sometimes comes at the expense of their attempts to prosecute individuals.

02 December 2021

Indicted professor sues Harvard over defence fees

04 November 2021

Ex-Pemex CEO jailed in preventative prison order

04 November 2021

SFO “learning the lessons” from Serco trial collapse

SFO director Lisa Osofsky said her agency “could have done things differently and better” in the failed prosecution of former executives of UK outsourcing company Serco.

03 November 2021

SFO to confiscate funds from convicted former Unaoil executive

A London court has ordered Stephen Whiteley, a former Iraq territory manager at Monaco energy consultancy Unaoil, to forfeit illicit gains totalling £96,000 following his 2020 bribery conviction.

03 November 2021

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