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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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Anita Clifford published in Estates Gazette on width of criminal property
The article focuses on how criminal property can be generated by seemingly minor criminal offences in the planning, licensing and environmental spheres.
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Ariana Caines celebrated in Bermuda’s Parliament
The Attorney General acknowledged Ariana's work on cryptoassets' relationship with financial crime and noted the pride her native Bermuda could take in her efforts.
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BLL represents claimants in money laundering case
The $100 million claim was brought in the Dubai International Financial Court and judgment is expected before Easter.
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Meet the Associates — financial sanctions and the anti-money laundering regime
Anita Clifford and Ariana Caines discuss financial sanctions and the anti-money laundering regime.
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Jonathan Fisher QC quoted on Auditors
In a City A.M. piece, which questioned why some auditors have recently removed 'potentially problematic' clientele, Jonathan provided insight into the possible litigation-centric rationale behind the decisions.
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Quarterly Matters Tablet
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Introducing Quarterly Matters
The introductory edition of Quarterly Matters carries articles on regulatory cases and criminal benefit, corporate liability for third-party furlough fraud and a case study on a suspicious activity report (SAR).
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Ariana Caines published in NLJ on blockchain and money laundering
The article examines the ways blockchain technology can assist or hinder anti-money laundering efforts.
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