With Netflix’s documentary covering the 2019 college admissions scandal setting internet searches alight one law firm has identified the most searches for cases in history.
Britain does not yet know how strong its defences against future waves of coronavirus will be, despite the success of the vaccine rollout, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday.
From #metoo, to #heforshe, the internet has been tackling violence against women one hashtag at a time. However, as the tragic events of this week show, things aren’t changing.
Austerity has opened a gap in the market for corporate espionage who increasingly find themselves on the front line against corruption.
The Labour MP says the proposed bill would discriminate against backbench MPs and give cabinet ministers much more rights than ordinary people.
Attack proves to be the best line of defence for mining giant ENRC as it turns up the heat on the Serious Fraud Office.
The world is changing and the RSPCA says it must change with it. That means handing responsibility for prosecutions onto the Crown Prosecution Service.
Restoration of solicitor convicted of money laundering raises the question of when offenders can be said to be rehabilitated.
A tribunal has found that a barrister repeatedly lied to his clients and accepted an inappropriate loan.
Mining Company ENRC has today filed fresh claims against the Serious Fraud Office, alleging an "endemic culture" of leaking covert briefings
Eighteen years after he was ordered to repay more than £40 million to the taxpayer, Gerald Smith still hasn’t paid up.
It’s a bad start to the year for the Serious Fraud Office as, once again, it drops another of its long-running investigations.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on business interruption insurance means thousands of businesses could not be entitled to crucial support.
Digital technology rules our lives, but we forget about it in death. New research shows why people should include their digital assets such as photos and email accounts in their will.