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Australian corporate immigration lawyer Noah Klug has joined the Dallas, Texas office of Berry Appleman & Leiden. He arrives from Nevett Ford in Melbourne, Australia, where he was a senior practitioner.
Louise Hodges and Jonathan Grimes of Kingsley Napley take an in-depth look at the trends in corporate criminal liability in the UK, notably the creation of deferred prosecution arrangements: “In reality many of the corporate fraud investigations are cross border and may involve prosecutors from a number of jurisdictions. It is very possible therefore that the UK DPA may come into its own as a way of contributing to a global settlement agreement.”
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