CRIME, FRAUD & LICENSING; Crime: Fraud

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CRIME, FRAUD & LICENSING; Crime: Fraud


1 Cartwright King Jonas Roy Bloom Kangs Solicitors Gateley Plc Tuckers Solicitors 2 3 BLM DWF Mann & Co Solicitors CARTWRIGHT King's practice, which routinely acts in the defence of serious investigations and prosecutions, is led by fraud and tax head Sundeep Soor, who is well regarded for his work in proceeds of crime matters.

Senior associate John Allchin frequently defends heavyweight fraud cases and associate Gemma Redfern is recommended for her confiscation and restraint work. Solicitor Miqdad Marzook is also rated for his substantial experience in complex fraud and regulatory cases.

Jonas Roy Bloom fields an excellent team that specialises in white-collar crime, proceeds of crime as well as civil and regulatory litigation under the leadership of Ben Henry.

Henry is experienced in all aspects of corporate and white-collar crime and frequently advises directors and owners of large businesses. The other key figure in the team is Matt O'Brien, who has developed considerable expertise in proceeds of crime cases.

Hamraj Kang at Kangs Solicitors leads a large team that advises on all aspects of financial crime. The team is adept at handling multi-jurisdictional criminal and financial regulatory investigations and regularly acts for plcs in addition to corporate and individual clients. Kang has extensive experience of defending SFO, HMRC, FCA and BIS cases while John Veale has particular expertise in large scale mortgage fraud and CIS fraud cases.

Gateley Plc acts for claimants and defendants in fraud disputes and tracing actions.

The group is increasingly taking roles on substantial cross-border claims and claims for offshore clients. Ruth Armstrong is strong on all aspects of fraud and financial crime cases, with a particular focus on claims in the housebuilding, banking, manufacturing and transport industries. …

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