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MAY
19

New instructions for Lewis Nedas specialist fraud and criminal defence lawyers

  1. HMRC logoJeffrey Lewis has been instructed in more HMRC investigations and prosecutions;
    (a) He is advising a well established commercial landlord with a substantial property portfolio facing a HMRC investigation;
    (b) He is also defending a Company Director who faces trial accused of tax evasion;

  2. Sean and James Reilly are instructed to represent two individuals facing trial concerning allegations of a Sex Abuse conspiracy;

  3. Tony Meisels has been instructed to defend three Company Directors in separate matters investigated by BEIS and the Insolvency Service;

  4. Giovanni Lombardo and Siobhain Egan advise two Company Directors facing an investigation by City of London fraud.
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MAY
05

New instructions for Lewis Nedas Law specialist lawyers

  1. FraudinvestigationJeffrey Lewis has been instructed in three separate Director Disqualification Proceedings and investigations, brought by The Insolvency Service and BEIS over the last 10 days. Jeffrey has many years of proven successes with these type of proceedings and investigations. He will work with Ian Coupland, Head of our Company Commercial Department on these particular cases;

  2. ACCA Interim Professional Disciplinary hearing success; Siobhain Egan represents a ACCA qualified accountant who is facing serious criminal proceedings in the Crown Court, which concern allegations of fraud within a charity. Our client self reported to the ACCA Disciplinary Committee and the matter was listed for an initial hearing. His advocate was Rishni Nathwani of 5 KBW Chambers, who also represents our client in the forthcoming criminal trial. As a result of intense detailed preparation, the Committee was persuaded not to impose any interim sanction, restriction or suspension order upon our client, after hearing Mr Nathwani's submissions. These focused upon the inherent weaknesses of the criminal case and the defence evidence which we had gathered so far to support his criminal defence at trial. Our client was delighted that he could continue to practice until the outcome of his criminal trial. No order for costs was made against him.

 

If you are facing ACCA Professional Disciplinary Proceedings and require genuinely experienced legal assistance, please contact us on 02073872032 or use our on line enquiry facility here.

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