Additional evidence delays Lundin war crimes trial

Published on October 14th, 2019 | by Egbert Wesselink

Dagens Industri reports on September 21st that Swedish war crimes prosecutor Henrik Attorp has decided to interview Alex Schneiter and Ian Lundin again this year. The explanation given is that material that was seized in the ... Read More


The Legal Framework of the War Crimes Case against Lundin Petroleum

Published on November 15th, 2018 | by Egbert Wesselink

EJIL: Talk! Blog of the European Journal of International Law   The Road Less Travelled: How Corporate Directors Could be Held Individually Liable in Sweden for Corporate Atrocity Crimes Abroad Published on November 13, 2018        Author: Miriam Ingeson and Alexandra Lily Kather ... Read More


Lundin Petroleum facing a € 318 million penalty

Published on November 5th, 2018 | by Egbert Wesselink

The Swedish Prosecution Authority on 1 November 2018 notified Lundin Petroleum A.B. that the Company may be liable to a corporate fine and forfeiture of economic benefits of SEK 3,285 (app. € 318 million) for involvement ... Read More


Lundin Petroleum accused of witness tampering

Published on September 11th, 2018 | by Egbert Wesselink

Dagens Nyheter on 6 August 2018, accused Lundin Petroleum of involvement in bribing, threatening, and persecuting witnesses in the war crimes investigation into the company’s top management. In an editorial comment, the company was compared with ... Read More

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