Stokoe Partnership Solicitors has been ranked in The Legal 500 UK 2020 guide for ‘Crime: General’ and ‘Fraud: White Collar Crime’.

 

Please see below a list of the full rankings and commentary about the firm as published in The Legal 500 UK 2020 Guide:

 

Crime: general – ranked: tier 2

At Stokoe Partnership Solicitors, the ‘very hardworking’ team is noted for its ‘strength in depth’, covering a broad spectrum of serious criminal matters, with murder, cybercrime, armed robbery, large scale drugs conspiracies and bribery cases featuring in the group’s recent workload. Senior partner and practice head Bambos Tsiattalou is ‘a wise head whose advice is much sought after, and a tenacious defender’, and ‘he runs the firm like a well oiled machine’Brian Swan is ‘careful and thorough’.

Bambos Tsiattalou is named as a Leading Individual, and Brian Swan as a Next Generation Partner.

 

Testimonials

Stokoe Partnership Solicitors is a smooth-running firm which deals with the whole range of general crime’. ‘Bambos Tsiattalou is a commanding figure who inspires trust and confidence’. ‘Brian Swan is tactically smart and really goes into battle for his clients’.

 

Fraud: white-collar crime – ranked: tier 3

Boutique Stokoe Partnership Solicitors provides privately funded and legally aided advice on various financial and white-collar crime matters. Areas of expertise include commercial fraud, bribery, corruption, cybercrime and hacking. The firm also handles HMRC and VAT issues, confiscation and civil recovery matters and is seeing an increase in instructions in relation to money laundering, confiscation and extradition. Clients include high-net-worth individuals, professionals including solicitors, financial brokers and company directors, and corporate entities. Bambos Tsiattalou heads the team and is adept at handling financial matters including insider dealing, regulatory and FCA investigations.

Please find a link to Stokoe Partnership’s full profile here.

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