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What constitutes a change in law case for the purposes of granting leave to appeal
Ben Douglas-Jones QC appeared for the Crown in GS [2018] EWCA Crim in which the Court analysed what constitutes a change in law case for the purposes of granting leave to appeal against conviction out of...
27 July 2018

Convictions in EURIBOR trial
Emma Deacon QC and Dominic Lewis, led by James Waddington QC, were instructed by the Serious Fraud Office in a fraud involving manipulation of the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR) a global benchmark interest rate, to the advantage of the trading positions...
19 July 2018

2 Company directors ordered to pay £326,000 for illegally showing Sky broadcasts
On 18.7.2018 Birmingham Magistrates’ Court fined 2 directors of a company running pubs in the midlands a total of £266,000 for persistent breaches of Section 297 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. This case is the largest prosecution...
18 July 2018

Conviction secured of former CEO of the Montessori charity
Ben Douglas-Jones QC and Aparna Rao secured convictions of Philip Bujak, the former CEO of the Montessori charity for species of fraud including the receipt of...
13 July 2018

Money Laundering in Liverpool
Denis BarryJonathan Rees and Thomas Quinton secure successful resolution of money laundering allegations against the Wren...
06 July 2018