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09 Jun 2022

Partner Bambos Tsiattalou selected for inclusion in the 11th Edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom

Partner Bambos Tsiattalou has been recognised in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom.

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09 Jun 2022

Partner Bambos Tsiattalou selected for inclusion in the 11th Edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom

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06 Jun 2022

Abigail Ashford analyses the issues facing the criminal justice system

Solicitor Advocate Abigail Ashford examines the crisis faced by the criminal courts in Solicitors Journal. 

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30 May 2022

Abigail Ashford examines the criminal justice system

Solicitor Advocate Abigail Ashford analyses the issues prevalent in the criminal justice system in Edward Fennell’s Legal Diary.

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05 May 2022

Partner Amjid Jabbar comments in The Times re the SFO’s case against G4S

Partner Amjid Jabbar comments in The Times re the outsourcing of disclosure by the SFO following several high profile failures in previous cases against Unaoil and Serco.

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28 Apr 2022

Partner Bambos Tsiattalou discusses the Economic Crime Bill

Partner Bambos Tsiattalou examines the Economic Crime Act 2022 and its effectiveness in fighting financial crime in The Times.

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15 Feb 2022

Richard Cannon featured in The Law Society Gazette’s ‘Lawyer in the News’

Partner Richard Cannon was featured in the Lawyer in the News section of The Law Society Gazette in relation to the Corey De Rose case.

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08 Feb 2022

Richard Cannon comments on US government’s decision not to appeal Corey De Rose extradition ruling

Partner Richard Cannon comments on US government’s decision not to appeal the Court’s ruling to discharge an extradition request for Corey De Rose. Richard’s comments were published in Law360, 7 February 2022.  Corey de Rose […]

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31 Jan 2022

Richard Cannon comments on the imbalance in the UK and US agreement in the Mike Lynch extradition ruling

Partner Richard Cannon comments on the imbalance in the extradition agreement between the UK and the US in relation to the Mike Lynch extradition case. 

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24 Jan 2022

Richard Cannon comments on client Corey de Rose, who was discharged from an extradition request made by the Government of the United States

Richard Cannon comments on Corey de Rose, alleged hacker who was discharged by DJ Griffiths from an extradition request made by the Government of the United States.

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11 Jan 2022

Partner Richard Cannon comments on the Attorney General’s investigation into the SFO, in Law360

Partner Richard Cannon comments on the Attorney General’s investigation into the SFO, in Law360, following the Zaid Akle decision. 

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07 Jan 2022

Criminal courts are no playground – Maria Theodoulou

Partner Maria Theodoulou examines private prosecution in The Law Society Gazette and discusses the downfalls of the current system. 

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SFO Prosecutors are facing calls to bring charges against senior executives involved in the Glencore #bribery scandal, after the mining company pleaded guilty to seven counts of bribery, via @Telegraph https://bit.ly/3NgUbKd

Banks and experts have warned of an "explosion" in festival and concert ticket #fraud, which has risen 600% this year as #fraudsters target music fans through fake social media adverts, via @Telegraph https://bit.ly/3mT2lxv

Two company directors have been jailed in the UK for #defrauding investors in a £37 million #fraudulent green investment scheme in Brazil following an #SFO investigation, via @Reuters https://reut.rs/3zFnOBL

One in every five pounds paid by the taxpayer to cover pandemic related bank losses relates to loans given to suspected #fraudsters, via @TheTimes https://bit.ly/3xt2FYF

Victims of a major banking #fraud involving Halifax Bank of Scotland are set to be offered £3 million each in compensation, via @guardian https://bit.ly/3QxEAJh

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