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There will not be another round of court closures for the time being, but this may change as technology takes hold, justice secretary David Gauke said yesterday.
On 4 July 2019, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) confirmed that Mr Justice William Davis had approved the UK’s fifth Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA). This judgment marks a significant evolution of the DPA regime in the UK and a number of interesting points emerge from the judgment, which are likely to inform the way in which it progresses in the coming years.
UK High Court gives Mallya permission to appeal against extradition to face alleged fraud and moneylaundering charges
A MAN from Redditch sentenced for his part in a 'deliberate and cynical' campaign of timeshare fraud has been ordered to repay a total of £85,309.
Outsourcing giant Serco has agreed a deal with the Serious Fraud Office that brings to an end a lengthy investigation into the scandal over its electronic tagging of offenders.
A flat in Dagenham has been recovered as part of a National Crime Agency civil recovery investigation into a man believed to be a drug dealer and fraudster.
Both the claimant and defendant representatives have expressed frustration with the progress of the government’s whiplash reforms, and doubted it will be ready for April 2020 as planned.
Four gambling businesses are to pay a total of £4.5m in penalty packages as part of the Gambling Commission’s ongoing investigation into the online casino sector.
Seized collectables including an original animation frame from The Simpsons are to be auctioned to recoup some of the £2.4m taken by a fraudster.
The High Court has put a permanent stop to years of vexatious litigation pursued by a struck-off solicitor against the Law Society, Bar Council, senior judges and many others.
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