Investigating Corruption within Sport

Matrix Chambers member and Quintel Intelligence board advisor Sir Anthony Hooper contributes to the International Sports Law Review (I.S.L.R 2022, 4, 35-39) on Investigating corruption within athletics, providing an investigator’s personal perspective. The article documents the journey of the investigation, describing the challenges faced by investigators in this setting including the consideration of hearsay evidence […]

Ukrainian Conflict & War Crimes: Challenges in Investigation & Prosecution

On 26th May 2022, Russian Corporal Oleksandr Ivanov and Private Oleksandr Volodymyrovych Bobykin were each convicted of 11 years and six months imprisonment for being involved in an indiscriminate rocket attack on civilians in the Kharkiv region, Ukraine. This was the second war crime conviction of Russian individuals by Ukraine in the context of the […]

Crypto Fraud: Potential for Recovery

Quintel CEO, Nicholas Connon, co-authored an article on Crypto fraud which appeared in the Ukrainian Journal of Business Law (#7-8 July-August 2021). This article is about the cryptocurrency market, whose value topped USD 2 tril­lion in April 2021. Click here to download the article (PDF, 321 KB)