Hannah Laming and Rachel Cook, provide an overview of some imminent changes to the way in which those suspected of tax avoidance will be dealt, in particular with relation to Swiss bank accounts.
Alex Odell writes “Understanding Procedural Fairness”
An article considering the implications of civil Closed Material Proceedings, (p 1736)
LAST YEAR we were told of HM Revenue & Customs' intention to clampdown on "morally indefensible tax evasion". ...
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To read this edition of The Antitrust Bulletin please click on the attachment below.
Case Notes provided by Jessica Moore for X,Y,Z and Brian Morgan v A Local Authority (2011) EWHC 1157 (FAM)
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The latest Supreme Court ruling on the application of the civil burden of proof in criminal proceedings reflects the political confusion behind proceeds of crime laws, say David McCluskey and Miranda Ching,
To read Professor Mitsilegas's article which examines the European Commisison's report on creating a European Union criminal policy and whether the approach to criminal policy is likely to lead to an increase in EU criminal law, please click on the attachment below. As well as an academic advisor to Peters & Peters, Professor Mitsilegas is Professor of European Criminal Law, and Director of the Criminal Justice Centre, Queen Mary, University of London.