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Rolls-Royce - cooperation not confession unlocks DPA

Rolls-Royce - cooperation not confession unlocks DPA

By | 09 Feb 2017

The Serious Fraud Office has entered into a significant Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with Rolls-Royce PLC. Approved in principle by Sir Brian Leveson QC on 16 January 2017.

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Fines without trial for breaching sanctions - Have your say

Fines without trial for breaching sanctions - Have your say

By and | 19 Jan 2017

The government is ramping up the enforcement of financial sanctions legislation.

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Rolls-Royce - Cooperation not confession unlocks 50% DPA discount

Rolls-Royce - Cooperation not confession unlocks 50% DPA discount

By , and | 18 Jan 2017

Yesterday was a significant day for the SFO as its Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with Rolls-Royce PLC was given the seal of approval by Sir Brian Leveson.

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Don't Jump Ship, Persian Prospects Persist: Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal

Don't Jump Ship, Persian Prospects Persist: Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal

By and | 01 Dec 2016

Following our article in July 2016 which examined encouraging developments for UK and foreign businesses

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Persian Prospects: new sanctions guidance and commentary underlines opportunities for foreign businesses to engage with Iran

By and | 26 Jul 2016

Nearly a year after the landmark nuclear deal was reached with the signature of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

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SFO Secures Deferred Prosecution Agreement and LIBOR Convictions

SFO Secures Deferred Prosecution Agreement and LIBOR Convictions

By | 12 Jul 2016

The UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) will be celebrating after securing two significant public wins last week

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Government Proposals to extend Criminal Conduct in the Business Sphere Raise Concerns

Government Proposals to extend Criminal Conduct in the Business Sphere Raise Concerns

By , and | 13 May 2016

The UK Government announced yesterday that the Ministry of Justice will consult on plans

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Deferred Prosecution Agreements come of age

Deferred Prosecution Agreements come of age

By and | 08 Dec 2015

The SFO will be justifiably satisfied with court approval of the first UK DPA but Tony Lewis and Natalie Quinlivan find the case raises questions about scope for application of the new tool