13th October 2008
The UK's Serious Fraud Office was the subject of a review published in June of 2008 which compared the SFO with two prosecutor's offices in the United States. The author of the report, Ms Jessica de Grazia, made an extensive analysis and recommendations which cover the internal workings of the SFO in detail, as well as several external factors that have impacted the effective operation of the SFO.
Ms de Grazia, along with other experts in the field are gathering together to discuss the report and to highlight those of its aspects considered to be among the most important evaluated in the report, namely, disclosure, in-house trial advocacy, and plea negotiation.
The Institute invites you to attend this highly informative seminar and to participate in the discussion surrounding this review.
23rd November 2017 | LONDON
The standard of review of national court decisions by investment tribunals
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40th FA Mann Lecture
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Harry Weinrebe Annual Lecture: Perspectives on 15 years in Business and Human Rights - and on where we may be going next
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16th Annual Review of the Arbitration Act
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Legal consequences of the separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius (ICJ Advisory Opinion)