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The Risks of Failing to Give Security for VAT

The High Court judgment in the  Pugsley  case is a salutary warning to tax advisors that there is no ‘legitimate expectation’ of independent review into giving security for VAT if offer not properly accepted. David Bloom (Sonn Macmillan...

SFO Unaoil Convictions Quashed

The Court of Appeal has today handed down its judgment in the appeal of Ziad Akle against his convictions for offences of bribery relating to oil infrastructure projects in Iraq. The Court quashed Mr Akle’s convictions and refused the SFO’s...

Chambers & Partners 2022 Financial Crime

In  Chambers UK 2022 Financial Crime , 13 practitioners including eight Queen’s Counsel and five juniors are ranked. Chambers are delighted to have achieved one elevation and one new entrant in the rankings....

Fraud and Theft Trial Stopped for Amounting to an Abuse of Process

Tom Price QC, leading Eric Watson of Watson Wodehouse, successfully argued in the Court Of Appeal that HHJ Tomlinson was correct to stop a trial relating to fraud and theft as it amounted to an abuse of process on the grounds, amongst others, that it was a...
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