White Collar Crime in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • Norris v Government of the United States of America (No 2)
    • Supreme Court
    • 24 Febrero 2010

    The reality is that only if some quite exceptionally compelling feature, or combination of features, is present that interference with family life consequent upon extradition will be other than proportionate to the objective that extradition serves.

  • R v Lyons ; R v Parnes ; R v Ronson ; R v Saunders (No 3)
    • House of Lords
    • 14 Noviembre 2002

    But even then, the metaphor of incorporation may be misleading. Of course there is a strong presumption in favour of interpreting English law (whether common law or statute) in a way which does not place the United Kingdom in breach of an international obligation.

  • National Grid Electricity Transmission Plc v Abb Ltd and Others
    • Chancery Division
    • 11 Abril 2013

    However, I consider that this qualification is clearly referring to the situation where an individual designated by the court of one state would be personally taking evidence in another state in a manner which the latter state restricts, since it involves the exercise of judicial or official authority in that state. In those circumstances, collaboration with the public authorities through the EU Evidence Regulation is the only way that the evidence can properly be taken.

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Legislation
  • Deregulation Act 2015
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2015
    ...... . (6) In the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, in section 352 (applications for search ... 23 . (1) Regulation 26 (double white lines) is amended as follows. . (2) In ... which, when delivered, is not wearing a collar with an identifying tag or badge). . (3) Omit ......
  • Glasgow Police Act 1866
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1866
    ...... Drain : " Penal Offence" shall mean any Crime or Offence consisting either of an Act or the ... which is at large unmuzzled and without a Collar having the Name and Address of the Owner legibly ... in large Characters, either Black upon a White Ground or White upon a Black Ground: If 3992 29 & ......
  • Glasgow Police Act 1862
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1862
    ...... Expression "penal Offence" shall mean any Crime or Offence, consisting either of an Act, or the ... which is at large unmuzzled, and without a Collar having the Name and Address of the Owner legibly ... in large Characters, either Black upon a White Ground or White upon a Black Ground: If he ......
  • Enrolled Nurses (Scotland) Rules, 1961, Approval Instrument, 1962
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1962
    ...... the examination has been convicted of any crime, offence, felony or misdemeanour, or has been ...1 . Style . Yoke and panel front. Coat collar and revers. . Built up shoulders. Bishop .... 2. Dark brown lounge suit worn with white shirt. . 3. Dark green tie, and . (a) Peaked ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • White-collar crime
    • Núm. 19-2, Junio 2017
    • International Journal of Police Science and Management
    Policing religious organizations presents challenging situations. When there is suspicion of financial crime by white-collar criminals, secrecy and trust represent obstacles to law enforcement. Thi...
  • Undercover Operations and White Collar Crime
    • Núm. 2-2, Marzo 1994
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 150-159
    Undercover policing operations are on the increase in the UK and the USA and questions surrounding the judicial and administrative controls of such operations in the field of white collar crime inv...
  • Executive positions involved in whitecollar crime
    • Núm. 14-4, Octubre 2011
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control
    • 300-312
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present an empirical study of whitecollar crime in business organisations, to create insights into perceptions of potential offenders. Design/methodology/...
  • White collar crime: vulnerable women, predatory clergymen
    • Núm. 4-4, Noviembre 2002
    • The Journal of Adult Protection
    • 23-33
    This paper examines themes that emerge from supporting adults who have been sexually violated by Church ministers and clergy. The author suggests that despite obstacles put in place by churches of ...
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