Judges Rule Serious Fraud Office Powers To Investigate Foreign Companies Are Limited

Britain’s efforts to combat international fraud have been dealt a “serious blow” after top judges ruled powers to investigate foreign companies are limited. Supreme Court judges decided the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) cannot unilaterally demand documents and evidence from a company that does not have ties to the UK; Legal experts said the ruling re...

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