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MAY
31

New instruction in Corporate Manslaughter Prosecution

  1. corpmanMiles Herman has been instructed to advise a company facing a prosecution for Corporate Manslaughter, following the death of an employee of the company.

    We have been successfully advising and defending companies with such issues for many years; if your company is in a similar situation please contact us on 02073872032 or email us using our online enquiry facility at www.lewisnedas.co.uk

  2. Siobhain Egan has also been instructed to act for a businessman and a scientist, both of whom are being investigated by the Met's child abuse and exploitation squad. 
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MAR
27

Paul Mason interviewed by French television channel

press conferencePaul Mason, a Senior Consulant Solicitor here at Lewis Nedas, has been interviewed by a French television channel who are investigating the prosecution of child pornography and grooming offences in England and Wales. Of particular interest to the French investigative journalists was the role of self styled vigilantes in these types of offences.

Paul had recently successfully defended a client facing such allegations which were discontinued by the CPS because of the role played by such vigilantes, entrapment and the tainting of evidence. 

 

               

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JUN
28

Yet Another Success for Lewis Nedas Law client and Siobhain Egan

handshake woman and manSiobhain represented a businessman accused of several sexual assaults. Her client, a man of good character, denied the offences throughout.

As a result of detailed representations focusing upon the inherent contradictions within the evidence, the prosecution was dropped.

       

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JUN
27

Confiscation Success in SFO Prosecution for Lewis Nedas Law client and Siobhain Egan

SFOSiobhain represented a company director who pleaded guilty to a £50 million pension fraud, prosecuted by the SFO.

Her client received a suspended prison sentence after the sentencing Judge heard detailed mitigation, (the co-defendant received a sentence in excess of 10 years). At the confiscation, the judge ordered that our client pay £218,522.00 in compensation and confiscation from restrained assets, a much reduced figure than originally sought by the SFO.

The excellent Mark Smith of Counsel, 5 St. Andrews Hill, was the instructed advocate.

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