Mukul Chawla QC and Paul Sharkey prosecuted Wassim Tappuni, a medical procurement expert, for offences of conspiracy to corrupt
Tappuni, while engaged as a Consultant to the World Bank, entered into corrupt agreements with medical supply companies across Europe in relation to bids that they were making for tenders to supply medical equipment to [...]
James Waddington QC and Nicholas Chapman acted for CPS Specialist Fraud Division in the successful prosecution of Darren Say, an IFA and guiding mind of the Noisnep pension strategy, who was yesterday convicted of two [...]
James Waddington QC and Warwick Tatford prosecuted the case of R v. Copp and others, VAT fraud valued at £44m for which the defendants were sentenced on 9 June 2017.
The case attracted considerable interest from the media. View Story
The Upper Tribunal (Tax Chamber) has handed down its judgment in AC Wholesale v HM Revenue and Customs  UKUT 191 in which Stuart Biggs led Natasha Barnes for HMRC. The Upper Tribunal dismissed the taxpayer’s appeal [...]
Mark Seymour secures acquittals of primary Defendant charged with serious firearms offences relating to a fully-functioning automatic AK74 Assault Rifle with live ammunition following a Met Police Trident firearms operation. Unanimous Not Guilty verdicts were [...]
Jason Sugarman QC interviewed on Good Morning Britain about HMRC raids and investigation into Premier League Football Clubs
The interview concerned the recent news of raids by HMRC on West Ham and Newcastle Football clubs. Jason was asked his views as an expert on tax fraud having prosecuted and defended complex tax frauds [...]
Cameron Brown, instructed by the Specialist Fraud Division of the CPS, successfully prosecuted Jon Andrewes in relation one count of obtaining property by deception and two counts of fraud by misrepresentation. The counts related to [...]
Jason Sugarman is one of seven new star silks interviewed by The Lawyer this year. To read the full article please click here.
David Harounoff secures acquittals at the Central Criminal Court for client alleged to have shot an opponent. Unanimous verdicts of Not Guilty returned on all counts of Attempted Murder, S.18 GBH and possession of a [...]