White-Collar Crime | 12 December 2017

For 35 years the standard test for dishonesty in criminal trials has been that set out by the Court of Appeal in R v Ghosh. But last month, the Supreme Court overturned this authority in obiter comments in the judgment of Ivey v Genting Casinos. We examine the reasoning behind this decision and its likely consequences, particularly for white-collar crime cases. [Continue Reading]