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Extradition

Meng Wanzhou released from US extradition request by Canada following deferred prosecution agreement
In 2018 she was detained in Canada for questioning and was arrested on a provisional extradition request from the United States (“US”) for fraud and...
UK Immigration – The Latest From Gherson
As the world of UK immigration law is continuously evolving, with new immigration routes, new guidance and new rules being implemented regularly by...
INTERPOL, Red Notices and extradition
In a later blog post Gherson subsequently explained how to answer key questions for people who fear they may be subject to an INTERPOL Red Notice,...
Mike Lynch Extradition – Westminster Magistrates’ Court Delivers Verdict
The alleged offences relate to the acquisition of the British tech company, Autonomy, by the US-based Hewlett Packard, headquartered in Palo Alto,...
INTERPOL and Red Notices Challenges
before exploring more details about INTERPOL and Red Notices, including how to challenge a Red Notice, before finally considering the important...
Meng Wanzhou Huawei extradition and cross-border allegations
According to the indictment, the allegations took place “within the Eastern District of New York and elsewhere”, therefore, potentially across...
What is dual criminality in extradition?
Dual criminality is the requirement in international extradition law that the offence the requested person is accused of committing, or has been...
The extradition relationship between the UK and India: Changing Dynamics?
However, significant barriers to extradition have arisen since its inception, meaning that only two individuals wanted in connection with criminal...
The extradition to the United States (“US”) of a trader accused of insider dealing was recently ordered by a Judge at the Westminster Magistrates’...
Under the EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“TCA”), a new nationality bar is created per Article LAWSURR 83. During the Brexit transitional...
Undaunted by the recent refusal of a High Court Judge in the UK, Ms Meng’s lawyers have now launched fresh proceedings against HSBC in Hong Kong to...
Extradition solicitor, Chris Stevens, discusses the need for pragmatism after Brexit in the Law Society Gazette.
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