EU Anti-fraud proposals not going far enough, say Auditors

The proposed changes of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) will not be sufficient to make its investigations significantly more effective, according to an Opinion published today by the European Court of Auditors. In addition, while the proposal reflects well the principles of co-operation between OLAF and the future European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), certain issues could … Continue reading EU Anti-fraud proposals not going far enough, say Auditors

Summary judgement on fraudulent invoices case: Sweden

The Court of Appeal in Stockholm, Sweden, handed down its judgement on 20 December 2017 following the trial against twenty persons charged with fraud in view of their involvement, from 2011 to 2014, in the sending out of fake invoices, which appeared to have been sent out by OHIM (now EUIPO). The invoices were addressed … Continue reading Summary judgement on fraudulent invoices case: Sweden