by Roland Ellis in Crime
Since the acquittals in the Barclays LIBOR retrial in the summer of 2017 there has been much discussion in the business crime community about the significance of the spectacular implosion in the witness box of the SFO’s banking expert, Saul Haydon Rowe.
by Stephen Sharp in Crime
On 25 October 2017 the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Ivey v Genting Casinos Ltd  UKSC 67. In a highly relevant obiter observation the court addressed its collective mind to the appropriate test for dishonesty in both civil and criminal proceedings.