Search
Searching Content by Mark Sutton from Clyde & Co ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
Deferred Prosecution Agreements - Should They Be Taken Off The Shelves?
Since the introduction of Deferred Prosecution Agreements into the UK in February 2014 there have been four reported cases to date.
UK
30 Jan 2019
2
D&O Insurers Will Feel The Impact Of The Expanding Remit Of #MeToo Claims
With rising numbers of sexual misconduct allegations and increased awareness of gender pay inequality across all areas of business, media and political life, insurers can expect increased exposure...
UK
7 Dec 2018
3
Insurance Industry Predictions 2019
Each working day between now and Christmas we will be publishing insurance industry predictions from Clyde & Co's global insurance practice.
UK
6 Dec 2018
4
Sexual Misconduct Claims – When Will A D&O Policy Respond?
Recent headlines have been dominated by grave allegations of sexual misconduct across all areas of business, media and political life. For businesses facing allegations related ...
UK
17 May 2018
5
Insurance Predictions 2018: Corporate Criminal Offences To Broaden Next Year
Criminal investigations and prosecutions of both entities and their directors are on the increase across Europe and elsewhere.
UK
5 Dec 2017
6
Criminal Finances Act 2017: The Broadening Of Corporate Accountability
Tax evasion is already a criminal offence in the UK which has attracted considerable media attention since the notorious ‘Panama Papers' scandal.
UK
8 Nov 2017
7
The First Disqualification Of A Director By The CMA
Financial penalties being imposed on companies for breaches of competition law is relatively common place.
UK
13 Sep 2017
8
Rolls Royce: Take Off For The Jumbo DPA
Earlier this month Lord Justice Leveson approved the UK's third, and biggest, deferred prosecution agreement ("DPA") in the UK.
UK
31 Jan 2017
9
Will Whistleblowing Lead To A Blow In Cover?
The rules follow a number of recent banking scandals, such as the attempted manipulation of the Libor rate.
UK
16 Jun 2016
10
The Final Whistle For FIFA?
The latest revelations to emerge regarding FIFA could signal the end for football's world governing body.
Worldwide
30 Dec 2015
11
Worthing And Worthing v Lloyds Bank Plc [2015] - Worth The Wait?
This recent High Court decision considers the extent of the duties of care placed on financial advisers, which will apply to other professionals.
UK
15 Dec 2015
12
Sharp & Ors V Blank & Ors – When Is A Relationship A Special Relationship?
In a recent judgment in the Lloyds shareholder litigation, the court struck out various claims by shareholders that directors had breached their fiduciary duties.
UK
9 Dec 2015
Links to Result pages
 
1