Partner Nick Vamos is quoted in Bloomberg on Julian Assange’s arrest

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Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks has been expelled from the Ecuadorean embassy in London, and has been arrested by the Metropolitan police on U.S charges. Partner Nick Vamos says, “ Assange will almost certainly be denied bail, given his previous flight to the Ecuadorean embassy. The chances of getting bail are less than zero”. […]

Partners Michael O’Kane and Anna Bradshaw are quoted in the Independent on Julian Assange’s arrest and possible extradition

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The Independent reports that WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange could be imprisoned in the UK for many years as his lawyers have vowed to fight his extradition to the US. Partner Anna Bradshaw said the US had so far launched a provisional extradition request and the full details would have to be received before any hearing. […]

Peters & Peters comment extensively in the media on the arrest and potential extradition of Julian Assange

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Partner Jason Woodland and Of Counsel Amy Harvey will be speaking at the UIA Conference on the death of a transaction in May in London

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Partner Jason Woodland and Of Counsel Amy Harvey will be speaking at the UIA conference on the death of a transaction on the 30th and 31st of May Read more

Partner Jason Woodland is speaking at the KNect 365 conference in London in May

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Partner Jason Woodland will be speaking at the KNect 365 conference on Joint Venture disputes on the 2nd of May in London. The contacts of Peters & Peters are entitled to 50% discount on registration. Read more

Partner Nick Vamos is quoted in Hindustan Times on Vijay Mallya’s extradition

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Vijay Mallya’s application for leave to appeal his extradition to India has been rejected by the High Court.  Partner Nick Vamos says, “The high court’s dismissal of his written application to appeal is a real setback… It is unusual for leave to be granted when it has already been refused in writing.” He further adds, […]

Partner and Head of Civil Fraud, Jonathan Tickner is speaking at the 5th Edition Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery Asia on June 10-11 2019

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Partner Anna Bradshaw is quoted by Global Investigations Review on the future of corporate liability for financial sanctions violations in the UK

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Sanctions Practitioners approached by Global Investigations Review differ in their assessment of whether a corporate ‘failure to prevent’ offence would be appropriate for financial sanctions violations in the UK.  Partner Anna Bradshaw said that she would prefer to see the introduction of a legal obligation requiring companies to maintain certain risk-based internal policies, as opposed […]

Senior Associate Rachel Cook discusses how corporates can prepare to defend themselves against corporate criminal offences and the possibility of a dawn raid in Accountancy Age

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On 6 March 2019, MPs and House of Lords peers wrote an open letter to Theresa May, reminding her of her Government’s commitment to “[get] tough on irresponsible behaviour in big business”. Read more

Partner Anna Bradshaw is quoted by MoneyLaundering.com on Swedbank’s ongoing money-laundering investigation

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An investigation by Swedbank into 50 legal entities which have been suspected of laundering money through its Baltic affiliates has been widely criticised as too narrow to identify the full extent of the scandal. Partner Anna Bradshaw says : ” Swedbank may have launched a more comprehensive review than announced Friday but chose not to […]