Monthly Archives: March 2017

Christine Agnew QC and Nick Bonehill act for man sentenced to a Hospital Order for manslaughter


Christine Agnew QC and Nick Bonehill acted for Lillo Troisi who pleaded Guilty to Manslaughter and Arson. Mr Troisi was suffering from a mental disorder at the time he committed…

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The money laundering regulations 2007: civil and criminal sanctions for non-compliance with customer due diligence


An overview of the Regulations, including the criminal and civil powers designed to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. Introduction The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 (“the Regulations”) impose duties upon…

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FA acquittal


Jim Sturman QC represented Steve Evans, the manager of Mansfield Town on a charge of threatening the 4th official in a match. The case was heard before a Regulatory Commission…

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Seminar on Privy Council appeals in Trinidad & Tobago


Anand Beharrylal is a regular practitioner in appeals to the Privy Council from the Caribbean. Next week Wednesday 15th March 2017, he will be presenting a seminar to attorneys in…

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HHJ Nigel Lithman QC


Chambers warmly congratulates Nigel Lithman QC on his recent appointment to the Circuit Bench. He will be taking up his appointment at Luton Crown Court. Nigel has been a member…

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Acquittal of X after 6 month trial concerning the design and implementation of two complex tax schemes


Acquittal of X after 6 month trial concerning the design and implementation of two complex tax schemes.

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