Internal Investigations: A Case Study: DPAs, Privilege and the Scope of Liability
We are delighted to invite you to this autumn’s educational seminar taking place at Pinsent Masons on 19 September 2017 at 6:30pm.
Speakers include Mukul Chawla QC, Chris Coltart QC, Harry Travers (BCL Solicitors LLP) and Kevin Robinson (Howard Kennedy). The event will be chaired by Barry Vitou (Pinsent Masons).
Please see flyer attached for full details.
This event is free for FLA and YFLA members only. Limited places available, allocated on a first come first served basis.
FLA members should reserve their place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
YFLA members should reserve their place by emailing educational@YFLA.com
We look forward to seeing you.
Internal Investigations – a case study September 2017
The FLA wishes to thank all those who attended its 2nd international conference on Friday 16 June 2017. Almost 200 people were present to hear the keynote address delivered by Sir Brian Leveson PC, President of the Queen’s Bench Division and expert panel discussions on European models of corporate liability, the UK approach to corporate co-operation, the impact of data issues on criminal law and the civil aftermath of the LIBOR and FX criminal and regulatory actions. The conference was followed by the FLA’s popular summer drinks and canapé reception at Landing 42 with stunning views overlooking the City.
On behalf of the FLA Committee, we would like to extend our gratitude to all those who participated in this year’s successful event, whether as delegates, speakers or the organising team.
The FLA has responded to the FCA’s recent consultation on the Treatment of politically exposed persons (PEPs) under the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017.
The FLA Committee would like to extend its sincere thanks to those who contributed to the preparation of its response.
The response is attached here.
FLA consultation response
The FLA has submitted a response to the recent Ministry of Justice call for evidence on ‘Corporate Liability for Economic Crime’. The FLA committee wishes to thank all those members who contributed to the preparation of its response.
A copy of the response is attached.FLA Response
The FLA Committee is delighted to announce that its 2nd annual conference followed by an evening reception will take place in central London on Friday 16th June 2017.
Further details, including speakers and tickets, coming soon.
The FLA Committee wishes to express its thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of its 3rd annual dinner on Friday 3 February.
The black tie event, which took place at Park Lane’s Dorchester Hotel, was attended by 490 members and guests from both the UK and overseas.
We very much look forward to seeing everyone again at next year’s event.
The FLA is delighted to announce that its 3rd annual black tie dinner will take place on 3rd February 2017.
Further details, including how to reserve your table, coming soon.
The FLA is delighted to announce that Mark Ellison QC of QEB Hollis Whiteman and David Lewis QC of 20 Essex Street will provide a round-up of the year’s relevant cases from the civil and criminal perspectives, looking at trends in both as they have developed this year and what we might expect to see in 2017 and beyond.
Canapés and drinks, including mulled wine and mince pies, will be served afterwards.
Venue: St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 8EQ
Time: 6pm for 6.30pm start (TBC)
The event is free for members to attend.
To reserve your place please contact either Shula de Jersey (email@example.com) or Bethany Jarvis (Bethany.Jarvis@slatergordon.co.uk)
The FLA Committee has submitted a response to the Law Society’s recent consultation on the Practice Note regarding Legal Professional Privilege. The FLA’s submission is available via the link below.
FLA Response to Law Society Consultation on LPP Practice Note