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Chambers & Partners Financial Crime High Net Worth Rankings released

Following the release of the Chambers & Partners Financial Crime, High Net Worth Rankings, we are pleased to announce...

23rd July 2021

Croydon tram crash inquests

The jury in the Croydon tram crash inquests have concluded that the 7 victims died as a result of an accident. A further 51...

23rd July 2021

Bobby Rogers acquitted of double murder at the Old Bailey

Bobby Rogers, 18 years old at the relevant time, was tried at the Old Bailey for double murder along with two co-defendants,...

15th July 2021

Barnes et al (eds) ‘The Guide to Sanctions – Second Edition’ (2021, GIR)

‘The Guide to Sanctions’ (2021, GIR) is a comprehensive guide for practitioners on sanctions-related issues across the...

14th July 2021

Visit by London Academy of Excellence, Tottenham, to Gray’s Inn

On 23rd June, 20 students from the London Academy of Excellence, Tottenham, visited Gray’s Inn as part of a mentoring and...

7th July 2021

National Crime Agency v Suleyman Javadov and Izzat Khanim Javadova – Westminster Magistrates’ Court

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has settled its application for forfeiture under s303Z14 of POCA against Mr Javadov and Mrs...

6th July 2021

The Metropolitan Police seize record £114m worth of Cryptocurrency

The Metropolitan Police have confiscated £114m in Cryptocurrency as part of an ongoing money laundering investigation. This...

6th July 2021

Andrew Hall inquest Jury determines all police actions necessary, proportionate and justified

At the conclusion of a nine week inquest into the controversial death in custody of Andrew Hall, an inquest jury determined...

23rd June 2021

Lawful Killing conclusion for terrorist shot dead on London Bridge

A jury has today determined that Usman Khan was lawfully killed when he was shot dead by police officers on London Bridge on...

10th June 2021

Inquest finds man shot dead by Police was lawfully killed

The Inquest into the death of Richard Cottier has concluded with the finding that he was lawfully killed. Mr Cottier had...

9th June 2021