Fourth international white collar crime institute

For its 4th straight year, the Criminal Justice Section hosted a one and a half day conference that featured topflight legal practitioners from across the globe tackling such topics as corporate espionage and cybercrimes, money laundering, extradition as well as Public Corruption & FCPA Issues.

In the afternoon of the first day, Jonathan Fisher QC moderated a plenary session on tax prosecution and money laundering. An international panel of private practice lawyers explored the implications of the fast-developing interaction between the investigation of tax offences and money laundering. Recent changes require countries to treat tax offences as predicate crimes for the purpose of the anti-money laundering regime. Meanwhile, Revenue authorities have become more aggressive, using criminal prosecution as a weapon of choice and not last resort.

The event was hosted at the offices of Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, London.

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