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Unexplained Wealth Orders

Are you aware of the recent legislation regarding Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) which were introduced by the Criminal Finances Act 2017 and came into force on the 31st of January 2018?

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UK Improves Position on Global Corruption Index

The Government has said it welcomes the recent news that the UK has improved its standing on a global index that ranks countries on how corrupt their public sectors are perceived to be. 

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Victory for the children of Van Hoogstraten represented by Janes Solicitors following 5 day hearing in the High Court before Mr Justice Morgan

Following a 5 day trial in The Chancery Division of the High Court, Judgment was given yesterday in relation to an action brought by the estate of the late Mohammed Raja in which it was claimed that Nicholas van Hoogstraten was the beneficial owner of 2 properties which are in fact held in Trust for his 6 children. The Raja family had sought to persuade the court that the Trust was a “sham” designed to conceal that Nicholas van Hoogstraten was the true owner of the 2 properties.

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Blood on the Page

James Mullion reviews the book on the Wang Yam case featuring Janes Solicitors.  The book has been released to widespread acclaim. Read our own review here:

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Financial and Trade Sanctions, Embargoes and Compliance

Victoria Gregory considers the implementation of Financial & Trade Sanctions.

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