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The compensation was ordered when the Nottingham doctor was convicted of fraud
Updated Home Office guidance provides more detail of expected best practices and encourages smaller businesses to make a slavery and human trafficking statement even if not legally required.
With many tools at its disposal the main change that we may notice regarding the SFO is in its use of deferred prosecution agreements (DPA’s).
Letter from Alison Saunders, DPP, published in abridged form in The Times
Despite countless new initiatives, Victims' Commissioner Baroness Helen Newlove argues that additional legislation is long overdue to "redress the balance".
The Ministry of Justice is launching a Call for Evidence on holiday sickness claims which are estimated to have risen seven-fold in just three years.
Courthouse to be built near Fleet Street will house 18 courtrooms specialising in cybercrime, fraud and economic crime
The Square Mile is set to get a new judicial centre, replacing all of the City's current courts except the Old Bailey, to be located in the Fleet Street area
The Herefordshire victim of a solicitor who stole almost £2million from his clients has lifted the lid on his experience in a new book.
A global drive to promote the UK’s £25 billion legal services sector at home and abroad has been launched by Ministers
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