ACSS London Chapter Event
The UK’s anti-corruption sanctions regime: how it works and what to expect
The Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regulations 2021 were announced by the UK Government in April 2021. Join us for an introduction to, and discussion of, the key features of the latest UK unilateral sanctions regime.
Tom Cornell, Debevoise & Plimpton
Gavin Irwin, 2 Hare Court
Date: Thursday, July 8, 2021
01:00 PM – 02:00 PM New York
06:00 PM – 07:00 PM London
05:00 PM – 06:00 PM Amsterdam
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Debevoise & Plimpton
Tom practises as an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton’s London office. His practice focuses on complex international litigation and advice, with a particular emphasis on public international law and sanctions.
Tom is the co-author of ‘Sanctions Law’, which was published in January 2019 with a view to providing an accessible overview of sanctions law across a number of different jurisdictions. He has continued to write regularly on sanctions developments, and taught a sanctions module as part of the undergraduate law course at Lund University, Sweden.
Prior to joining Debevoise, Tom practised as a barrister and was Judicial Assistant to the Rt. Hon. Lord Dyson MR at the Court of Appeal for Easter and Trinity terms 2015. Tom also worked as a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
2 Hare Court
Gavin Irwin is a specialist advocate in: financial crime; professional conduct; and, business regulation. He has a wealth of experience across complementary disciplines.
In addition to providing representation before courts and tribunals, Gavin regularly advises individuals and businesses on:
Sensitive issues concerning fraud, money laundering, bribery and corruption, and breaches of financial and trade sanctions
Risk management, corporate investigations and civil penalty procedures
Extradition and Interpol Red Notices
Conduct and discipline issues involving professional and business regulatory authorities and at Coroner’s Inquests