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Two convicted in the ‘biggest ever insider trading trial’. Alexandra Ward acted as junior prosecution counsel for the Financial Conduct Authority.

Friday, 13 May 2016

A former banker and an accountant have both been found guilty of insider trading in what is thought to be the largest and most complex case ever ...

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Witness Testimony in Sexual Cases – Evidential, Investigative and Scientific Perspectives.

Monday, 25 April 2016

Anthony Heaton-Armstrong of 9-12 Bell Yard is one of the 4 co-editors of this book - published by Oxford University Press on 21st ...

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Katherine Duncan instructed as a junior for the Crown in Turks and Caicos Corruption Trial

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Katherine is currently part of a team of juniors for the Crown being lead by Andrew Mitchell QC in the prosecution of the former Premier and ...

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William Hughes QC prosecutes historic Child Cruelty case arising out of Operation Pallial

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

William Hughes QC, leading Catherine Donnelly of 6 Pump Court, prosecutes David and Aideen Jones at Chester Crown Court. The case was one of number ...

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William Hughes QC prosecutes Kent Recycling Plant Murder

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

David Squelch, prosecuted by William Hughes QC, was convicted by a jury at Canterbury Crown Court of the murder of colleague James Wallington at ...

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Jason Sugarman secures acquittal for Hong Kong businessman in $120 million money laundering case

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Jason Sugarman secures acquittal in US$120 million money laundering trial at Southwark Crown Court defending Hong Kong businessman James Campbell ...

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Paul Sharkey secures conviction against pair producing brochures used in £1.5m boiler room fraud

Monday, 21 March 2016

On 14th March 2016, following a four week trial at Blackfriars Crown Court, Stuart Still and Marianne Van Sante were convicted of making or ...

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Jonathan Kinnear QC and Howard Watkinson in Court of Appeal Civil Division success for HMRC

Thursday, 17 March 2016

The Court of Appeal Civil Division handed down its judgment on Tuesday in Davis & Dann Ltd & Anor v HM Revenue and Customs [2016] ...

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Alexandra Ward appointed to Chair Police Misconduct Panels

Wednesday, 02 March 2016

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William Hughes QC has been elected chairman of the Kent Bar Mess for a three year term

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

William Hughes QC has been elected chairman of the Kent Bar Mess for a three year term.

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William Hughes QC Representing Idris Ali in CCRC 'Little Miss Nobody' Murder Appeal

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

William Hughes QC, leading Heath Edwards of 9 Park Place Cardiff, represents Idris Ali at the Court of Appeal in his Criminal Case Review ...

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Mary Poku leads Revantha Amarasinha in high profile case about murdered teenager Shaquan Fearon in Brockley, SE4

Friday, 29 January 2016

The defendants, also teenagers who cannot be named, were said to have been involved in an altercation in an estate known as the Turnham Estate ...

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Tom Hayes’ conviction for LIBOR rigging upheld; Sentence reduced to 11 years

Monday, 21 December 2015

The Court of Appeal (Lord Thomas of Cwmgledd CJ, Sir Brian Leveson P and Gloster LJ) has, today, upheld the convictions of Tom Hayes in relation to ...

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Two convicted in the ‘biggest ever insider trading trial’. Alexandra Ward acted as junior prosecution counsel for the Financial Conduct Authority.

A former banker and an accountant have both been found guilty of insider trading in what is thoug ...

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Witness Testimony in Sexual Cases – Evidential, Investigative and Scientific Perspectives.

Anthony Heaton-Armstrong of 9-12 Bell Yard is one of the 4 co-editors of this book - published by ...

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