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Quarterly Matters issue three
We are delighted to release the third issue of Quarterly Matters...
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BLL in the news — May 2021
An overview of our press this month.
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BLL in the news — April 2021
An overview of our press this month.
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Bright Line Law contribute as experts to Council of Europe conference on civil recovery
Jonathan Fisher QC and Anita Clifford discussed the benefits and disadvantages of non-conviction based confiscation methods at a two-day conference organised by the Council of Europe on 27 and 28 April 2021 where they were joined by fellow experts in...
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BLL in the news — March 2021
An overview of our press this month.
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The Repatriation of Illicit Assets — A UK Perspective
The World Bank estimates that up to $40 billion is stolen from developing countries every year through high-level corruption and hidden overseas.
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Quarterly Matters issue two
We are delighted to release the second issue of Quarterly Matters. This issue includes an interview with Amy Bell...
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Council of Europe publishes “The Use of Non-Conviction Based Seizure and Confiscation”, a paper authored by Bright Line Law
“The Use of Non-Conviction Based Seizure and Confiscation”, a paper authored by Jonathan Fisher QC, Anita Clifford and Rachel Clark of Bright Line Law, has been published by the Council of Europe.
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Anita Clifford featured in The FT
On 2 January 2021 Anita Clifford was featured in The FT commenting on what to do if a bank freezes your account.
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Covid–19 and SARs: City AM quotes Jonathan Fisher QC
On this issue, Jonathan Fisher QC commented on the specific schemes that are likely to have generated the SARs.
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