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OCT
05

Another Banking Fraud Instruction for Lewis Nedas Law

Jeffrey Lewis and Gary Conway are acting for an individual facing prosecution for £250 million banking fraud conspiracy.

Contact Jeffrey Lewis if you are facing such allegations.

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OCT
04

New Fraud Instruction

Miles Herman has been instructed in a multi-handed fraud matter.

The client has been charged with conspiracy to defraud United Kingdom banks and/or financial institutions and/or customers, by dishonesty accessing bank accounts for the purposes of making fraudulent transfers from such accounts.

The Police Central E-Crime Unit of the Metropolitan Police is investigating the theft of over £1,000,000.00 carried out by means of unauthorised access to a personal bank account.

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24

Successful Conclusion to FSA Investigation

Siobhain Egan has represented and advised a senior finance professional who was the subject of a long and detailed FSA investigation, which reached a successful conclusion in favour of our client, and who does not face any sanction from the FSA.

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Daily Mail Highlights Sam Corcoran’s Defence Skills in Sensitive Case

Sam Corcoran represented Mr Khalil, the Junior Minister for Sport and part of Egypt’s Paralympic delegation, in a sexual assault allegation at City of London Magistrates’ Court.

Mr Khalil issued a formal apology and made clear his sincere regret, and the Court accepted his apology ‘on the basis that it is a one-off error of judgment’, ordering him to pay a fine, prosecution costs, and compensation to the alleged victim.

See the Daily Mail’s coverage of the story here.

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Confiscation Success for Layna Thompson

Layna represented a defendant from whom the Crown sought over half a million pounds in Confiscation proceedings.

Layna argued that the Crown had failed to discharge their evidential burden in relation to the statutory assumptions (which is a very low burden) and that the second statutory assumption had been incorrectly applied. The prosecutor had to conceded both points. Ultimately a Confiscation Order was made in the sum of £87,000, even though the defendant had assets exceeding this sum.

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