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Practice Areas

Civil recovery and criminal confiscation, money laundering, government and police investigations and powers, legal professional privilege, and civil fraud. Includes 8 proceeds of crime Supreme Court/House of Lords cases (most recently GH [2015] UKSC 24, leading for the Crown) plus 10 proceeds of crime cases in the Court of Appeal in the last 3 years. All aspects of restraint, receivership, forfeiture and confiscation at first instance and on appeal for government departments and private litigants. He regularly advises on protected and authorised disclosures to the NCA to comply with money laundering legislation.


Called to the Bar in 1984. Admitted to the New York Bar in 1993. Appointed QC: 2016.


Joint author of Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime (Sweet and Maxwell 3rd Ed. looseleaf), Administrative Court: Practice and Procedure (Sweet and Maxwell, 2006) and the current editor of proceeds of crime sections of the White Book.