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Practice Areas

Specialises in domestic and international fraud, bribery, corruption and money laundering; international mutual legal assistance; proceeds of crime and tracing/securing assets in civil, family and criminal contexts; business crime and international regulatory work. Represents a broad spectrum of cliental including prosecution authorities, corporate and individual defendants, police forces, foreign government agencies, third parties affected by the actions of others and court appointed receivers. Case subject matters include restraint, freezing, receivership, confiscation, high value cash and asset seizure/forfeiture, multi-jurisdictional fraudulent conduct and extradition requests both to and from the UK. Regularly lectures to specialist professional audiences and is one of the contributing editors of Mitchell Taylor Talbot on Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime.

Professional Memberships

Proceeds of Crime Lawyers' Association; Criminal Bar Association; South Eastern Circuit; The Fraud Lawyers' Association; The Female Fraud Forum

Career

Year of Call: 1992