The Court of Appeal has reversed a conviction of Aberdeen exec Stephen Whiteley, the third such reversal for cases stemming from the Unaoil scandal.
An Aberdeen man found guilty of paying bribes to win oil contracts in war-torn Iraq has appealed against his conviction.
A former senior executive from Unaoil has been ordered to repay tens of thousands of pounds worth of criminal gains.
A former Unaoil executive has been jailed for more than three years for paying bribes to win $1.7bn of contracts in post-occupation Iraq.
The head of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has said a case that saw the conviction of an Aberdeen oil man for bribery “straddled the lockdown period like no other”.
An Aberdeen man convicted of bribing officials in war-torn Iraq to land lucrative oil industry contracts has had his sentencing deferred after he took ill.
An Aberdeen man has been found guilty of conspiracy to give corrupt payments in a Unaoil bribery case that has rumbled on for more than four years.
A UK judge suspended the country’s biggest ongoing corruption trial in London for two weeks, the first such case to have been put on hold because of the coronavirus as an attorneys association asked for all jury trials to be halted.