Category: Corporate Investigations

Fighting Crime with a Hum

With the increase of mobile technology, more and more alleged victims are coming forward with recorded audio evidence. Secretly recorded confessions or plans to commit a crime are becoming more common within criminal investigations. Of course with such sophisticated technology readily available on the market and affordable, how can the police tell if the evidence […]


Bank In Trouble Again For AML Breaches

The world’s local bank is in trouble again. The latest anti money laundering crisis that links HSBC to proceeds of crime this time involves Argentina. Fresh accusations have arisen since the $1.9bn settlement between HSBC and the US authorities back in December. The Argentine led charges currently before the federal court system relate to a […]


Obtaining Computer Forensic Evidence: Companies Using Unqualified Professionals

As with all forensic evidence, the methods used to investigate, store and present information is essential to any legal proceedings of which it may be subject. Computer forensics is no exception. Since many organisations in modern day have the vast majority of their data stored electronically, an understanding of best practice for interrogation procedures is […]


The Far Reach of Privatisation – Local Counter Fraud Specialists

The gradual privatisation of the NHS has many public sector workers worried and this is not just limited to health care workers. There has been a worry for some time that the contract for Local Counter Fraud Professionals within NHS Protect has been out to tender to private audit firms, although nothing definitive has been […]


From Bolam to Jones V Kaney – Expert Witnesses In Court

The erosion of blanket immunity for skilled professionals has been in motion for some time. Lawyers and Doctors no longer enjoy this privilege. Members of the court such as judge, jury, and witnesses are still under the immunity umbrella. Until recently expert witnesses were also bestowed with civil immunity. ” This was established in  Arthur JS Hall & Co v […]

Simple Share Buttons