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[Webinar] Specialist Insight Series: Trends in Corruption Cases and the Impact on the Legal Profession

The jurisprudence on the law of corruption in Singapore has developed significantly in the last decade. What are the practical implications for investigators, prosecutors, defendants and their counsel? Hear from Tan Boon Gin, CEO of SGX Rego and writer of the Law of Corruption (2nd Ed – 2020), Senior Director of the Crime Division at the Attorney-General’s Chambers Alan Loh and Hamidul Haq from Rajah and Tann Singapore LLP as they discuss:

 

• the celebrated trio of sexual gratification cases involving senior civil servants and academics

• the use of corporate structures to receive financial gratifications

• the interplay between the new Criminal Procedure Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act, especially when it comes to the interviewing of suspects by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau

• the use of middlemen to give bribes

• the expanded powers of seizure for unexplained wealth under the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Serious Offences Act.

 

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Webinar Date:
09 February 2021(4.30pm to 6.00pm)

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The jurisprudence on the law of corruption in Singapore has developed significantly in the last decade. What are the practical implications for investigators, prosecutors, defendants and their counsel? Hear from Tan Boon Gin, CEO of SGX Rego and writer of the Law of Corruption (2nd Ed – 2020), Senior Director of the Crime Division at the Attorney-General’s Chambers Alan Loh and Hamidul Haq from Rajah and Tann Singapore LLP as they discuss:

 

• the celebrated trio of sexual gratification cases involving senior civil servants and academics

• the use of corporate structures to receive financial gratifications

• the interplay between the new Criminal Procedure Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act, especially when it comes to the interviewing of suspects by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau

• the use of middlemen to give bribes

• the expanded powers of seizure for unexplained wealth under the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Serious Offences Act.

 

Click here for brochure. 

 

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