CLT COnfEREnCES Sp o P rice Criminal Law, Tw e P e c la o f th ia c e O lO s n Practice and f fe fo r e r Procedure for White Collar Crime Specialists A Review of Major Developments in Law, Practice and Procedure 9 December 2009, London 9.00 Registration and Coffee 2.00 Legal Privilege QQ The difference between confidentiality and legal 9.30 Chairman’s Welcome and privilege Introduction QQ The main types of privilege and why you need to know them Matthew Hickling, Legal Training Consultant QQ To what extent can a court order or coerce disclosure? 9.45 The Bribery Bill QQ To what extent does statute interfere with the QQ Law and practice in English law principle? QQ International law for bribery and corruption QQ Breaching privilege – it’s easy and it can be offences avoided QQ Revealing privileged communications to third parties Paul Garlick QC, Furnival Chambers Matthew Hickling, Legal Training Consultant “An invaluable 10.30 The Coroners and Justice Bill 3.00 Tea chance to ensure QQ What are the main provisions to watch out for? QQ When are they likely to take effect? 3.15 Sentencing Update your knowledge is Matthew Hickling, Legal Training Consultant QQ Sentencing guidelines – what’s new and what’s up to date” 11.15 Coffee important QQ Plea bargaining – following the path to a successful outcome 11.30 PACE QQ Goodyear indications – how binding are they and why? QQ Interviews - no comment? QQ Admitting your offending – common pitfalls and QQ Delay in charging - what remedy? consequences QQ Are you a witness or a suspect? QQ Sentencing update – a round-up of the major QQ Opposing the use of a co-accused’s conviction recent rulings under s74 QQ The effects of a rigid sentencing regime on QQ Retention of seized property by the police for advice to clients 3rd parties QQ Breach of promise and bail Matthew Hickling, Legal Training Consultant QQ Telling the truth when asking for a warrant - the Bates case 4.00 Costs Update Olwen Davies, Solicitor-advocate QQ The latest on Best Value Tendering Pre-charge funding for serious frauds Book via our website: 12.00 Disclosure QQ QQ Lack of funding and abuse of process (Campbell) www.clt.co.uk QQ Changes to the Cr PR affecting disclosure QQ Possible future developments QQ Which protocols are currently in force? Rodney Warren, Rodney Warren & Co QQ What are your obligations under them? QQ What must now go into a defence statement? 4.45 Chairman’s Concluding Remarks QQ Useful case law and Questions Olwen Davies, Solicitor-advocate 5.00 Conference Close 12.45 Questions 1.00 Lunch £450 plus VAT for 18 hours CPD That’s just £25 per CPD hour www.clt.co.uk/cltcpd Part of the CLT CPD scheme Criminal Law, Practice and Procedure for 6 Hours CPD White Collar Crime Specialists This one day conference focuses on the recent developments in criminal practice and procedure of most relevance to white collar crime specialists. for further details of The full extent of the criminal process is covered from new legislation, through to issues of disclosure and evidence, to recent developments in sentencing. CLT Subscription Schemes Chairman: please contact: Matthew Hickling is nationally recognised as a legal training consultant in criminal law and The Membership Team practice, legal management skills, advocacy and professional ethics. After fourteen years in the police, he moved from Detective Inspector to qualified solicitor. Matthew also examines on 0121 362 7705 and assesses on the police station and Duty Solicitor accreditation schemes. Speakers: CPD Accredited by Olwen Davies is a solicitor-advocate (Higher Courts Criminal Proceedings) and a freelance The Solicitors advocate. formerly a duty solicitor, she was also a Crown Advocate with the CPS and prosecutor for Leicestershire Probation Service with experience in criminal courts from the Regulation Authority, Magistrates to the Court of Appeal. She is also an experienced lecturer and has been an Bar Standards Board, assessor on the Legal Practice and PGDL courses, CLT’s Police Station Accreditation and ILEX, ICSA, CIOT, IPA, CLAS schemes and on Leicestershire Constabulary’s national foundation CID course. She is the co-author of The Criminal Justice Act 2003 - A Practitioner’s Guide (Jordans). RICS, ICAEW, CIMA, CIPFA, CLC, ACCA Paul Garlick QC is a member of furnival Chambers where his practice covers commercial crime and financial regulatory work, including acting for the CPS, the SfO and the Chartered and STEP. Institute of Accountants, health and safety and other serious crime (for both the prosecution and the defence). He is a Recorder of the Crown Court and in 2005, was the UK International Judge to the War Crimes Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He acts as an International Legal CF51417 Expert for the Council of Europe, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in European Please quote this reference (OSCE) and the United Kingdom foreign Office (fCO). number when booking Rodney Warren is the founder and senior partner of Rodney Warren & Co, having established the business in 1994. He is well known within the local area for his work as a specialist criminal lawyer. 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