8 August 2019

Serious Fraud Office (SFO) issues co-operation guidance – Louise Hodges comments

The UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) released its co-operation guidance on 6 August. Louise Hodges, Head of Kingsley Napley’s criminal team, commented on this release in GIR, Law360, CRD & The Law Society Gazette 

Louise Hodges

23 May 2011

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) plan an initiative to crack down on VAT rule breakers

HMRC have announced that they are focusing their attention on VAT rule breakers. They will be discussing the proposal with interested parties before the initiative is launched in the summer, however the intention is for the campaign to focus on individuals and businesses who are trading above the VAT threshold but who have not yet registered for VAT.

18 May 2011

Telephone taping, wire tapping and the FSA – do the FSA have powers to tap phones ?

Since March 2009, FSA rules have required firms to record ‘relevant communications’ and keep them for six months.

17 May 2011

Angus McBride calls privacy laws campaign 'misleading'

Angus has written an article for The Guardian, where he has "accused sections of the media of waging a "misleading and self-interested" campaign over the UK's privacy laws, and questioned whether there is any public interest in exposing the private lives of footballers and celebrities."

17 May 2011

This bile shows why we need a privacy law

Angus McBride wrote an article for the The Guradian, in relation to privacy law. The article follows a complaint lodged by the Middleton sisters to the Press Complaints Commission that led to the Daily Mail and a group of other newspapers publishing articles complaining about UK privacy laws.

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