London | Frankfurt | Madrid | Milan | Rome

MODERN LAWYERSFOR CHANGING TIMES 'a City firm in a non-City location' - Legal 500

NOV
15

Tesco Scandal - Allegations of Fraud and False Accounting

Back in 2014, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) commenced a criminal investigation into accounting practices at Tesco in respect of an estimated £326 million missing from the supermarket group’s accounts. Although the investigation is still underway, the SFO has decided to prosecute three former executives in respect of their roles in the scandal. Last week, their trial date was set for next September, when they will each face charges of fraud by abuse of position and false accounting.

...
Continue reading
635 Hits
NOV
09

Lewis Nedas Law ranked in Chambers UK 2017, for both Crime and Financial Crime

chambers logoWe are delighted to announce that once again we have been ranked by Chambers and Partners UK for both Crime and Financial Crime.

The 2017 official rankings have described Lewis Nedas Law as "holding their own and shining through".

Jeffrey Lewis has been singled out for particularly high praise in both areas and described as "hugely experienced, creative and tenacious". 

...
Continue reading
263 Hits
JUN
28

Risky Business - US Consider Banning Incentive-Based Pay to Rein in Risk Taking

One of the contributing factors to the financial crisis was the excessive level of risk banks and other financial institutions were willing to take, in order to reap the rewards offered to individuals as part of incentive-based pay packages. However, this could be coming to an end in order to create greater long-term economic stability. Financial industry regulators in the US have now invited comment on a proposal which would implement Section 956 of the Dodd-Frank Act, and also amend compensation structures and bank incentive schemes. But how will this rule work, and will it lead to better-behaved banking?

...
Continue reading
621 Hits

Accreditations
and Awards