Unexplained Wealth Orders – can you prove the legitimate provenance of all of your significant assets?
Date:18 January 2019
Specialist Area:International Crime and Extradition
Following the success of last year’s conference, panels this year will consider recent developments in international and domestic law, centred around the theme of closing the impunity gap: developments in accountability for individuals and corporates for international crimes.
We are delighted to announce Rodney Dixon QC, Temple Garden Chambers, as our keynote speaker.
Our first panel will consider the potential impact of the International Law Commission’s draft articles on Crimes Against Humanity, which will be sent to the U.N. General Assembly in late 2019 and may serve as the basis for a U.N. Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes against Humanity.
The panel will be chaired by Joanna Buckley of Matrix Chambers. Panel speakers are:
Our second panel considers the uncertain legal landscape that companies are currently facing, particularly in the context of international crimes and human rights. It will consider recent developments in this field, including the ILC’s draft articles on Crimes Against Humanity and the draft Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights; it will consider various prosecutions of corporates for their complicity in war crimes and crimes against humanity and will ask what these developments might mean for companies.
The panel will be chaired by Katherine Tyler of Kingsley Napley. Panel speakers are:
Registration for this event has now closed, should you wish to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability.
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