On 29 September 2017 the Court of Appeal:Civil Division (the Master of the Rolls, The Chancellor of the High Court and Lady Justice Hallett DBE) handed down judgment in HMRC v E Buyer Uk Ltd [...]
William Hughes QC successfully prosecutes Richard Wallis for murder. 3 other defendants to be re-tried.
Cameron Brown, who has conducted a number of significant prosecutions on behalf of the Insolvency Service, has been appointed as Standing Counsel to the Criminal Enforcement team. The appointment takes place from October 2017. The [...]
Mark Bryant-Heron QC and Clare Huntley acted for the CPS Specialist Fraud Division, in the successful prosecution after a nine-week trial, of four defendants who were convicted and sentenced to a total of nineteen years’ [...]
Jonathan Kinnear QC and Cameron Brown successfully prosecuted the SFO investigation into corrupt payments made by the UK arm of the international freight forwarders, FH Bertling Ltd, to an agent of the Angolan National Oil [...]
Tom Hoskins writes for leading international anti-bribery publication “what you should know” by TRACE on UKBA and Facilitation Payments
Tom Hoskins contributes to a leading international anti-corruption publication by TRACE International, a U.S. based Anti-Corruption organisation that exists to assist businesses in avoiding breaches of international anti-bribery legislation such as the U.S Foreign Corrupt [...]
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