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New Instructions for Lewis Nedas Serious Crime and Serious Fraud Defence lawyers

1. Adam Shaw advises and represents a client investigated for a shooting incident in the East End of London, in which 5 police officers came under fire ;

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More successes for Lewis Nedas law Serious Crime and Serious Fraud Defence solicitors:

defense attorney1. Unan Choudhury represented an individual who faced serious allegations of people trafficking and money laundering, in a multi defendant Crown Court trial. He instructed our own Danny Barnard of Counsel as trial advocate. Neither Unan or Danny were satisfied with the CPS response to their detailed requests for disclosure .Danny then drafted further requests on disclosure ( s8 Application ), shortly after receipt of this document the CPS withdrew the Prosecution against our client;

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Fca shows its prosecution teeth, after many years.

Written by Siobhain Egan, Director (non-exec) 

The FCA  Annual  Report and accounts  201 7/18  makes an interesting read, and two of the subreports – ENFORCEMENT ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT and the ANTI – MONEY LAUNDERING REPORT are especially important.

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What happens in Insolvency Litigation?

The current global economy's instability means that individuals and organisations have to be aware of insolvency procedures in relation to either their own business or the people that they deal with (including customers, clients and suppliers). Insolvency occurs when a business is no longer able to pay its creditors any debts when they are due. In this situation, the creditors will try to recover what is owed to them by starting court action. This can result in the company being wound up (ending all business affairs) and having its assets liquidated (sold off) to cover its debts. An insolvency practitioner is generally appointed to oversee the whole process. The purpose of insolvency proceedings is to produce the best possible outcome for the creditors that have amounts owing to them. However, there are also some measures that can be taken to protect the directors and shareholders of an insolvent company.

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Grounds for Judicial Review

Judicial Review is where the courts determine whether or not a public authority's decision is lawful. It is a way to challenge how a public organisation carries out their public function and is used to ensure that the public body does not exceed the powers given to it by the law.

Any organisation that exercises a public function can have its decision scrutinised (on application) by Judicial Review by the High Court. Judicial Review is used to assess the actual decision that has been made – focussing solely on the decision-making process. It is only to be enforced as a last resort where all other avenues to resolve any grievances or concerns have been tried. If there is no other option and the organisation is shown to have acted illegally, unreasonably or unfairly, then the court can opt to set aside the decision or make the organisation do something to make up for the error.

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