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Limits to Extraterritorial Impact of the SFO’s Document Compulsion Powers - KBR v SFO with Daniel Hudson

Limits to Extraterritorial Impact of the SFO’s Document Compulsion Powers - KBR v SFO with Daniel Hudson

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A one hour webinar with Daniel Hudson, Corporate Crime and Investigations Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills in London, with expertise in business and human rights. will deliver a one hour webinar on the Limits to Extraterritorial Impact of the SFO’s Document Compulsion Powers - KBR v SFO

This seminar is free to attend, and you can register via this link. If you experience any issues with the Google form, please email us at events@sifs.co.uk.

 

Daniel Hudson is a corporate crime and investigations Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills in London, with expertise in business and human rights.

He advises and represents corporate, institutional and individual clients on financial crime matters, with a particular focus on corruption, sanctions, fraud, regulatory investigations, insider dealing, money laundering, accounting irregularities and connected disputes.

Dan also helps clients on the emerging and growing risk area of business and human rights compliance with international and domestic law standards, including implementing policies and processes in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

Dan has significant experience working with clients on internal anti–money laundering and anti-bribery procedures, particularly in relation to the UK Bribery Act as well as on regulatory investigations, due diligence, corruption and sanctions issues.

He also advises on internal and external investigations, including those conducted by the UK SFO, FCA, Police, and HMRC. He assists clients acting as witnesses in domestic and foreign criminal proceedings, and represents clients facing prosecution.

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