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Thomas Daniel appointed to the Serious Fraud Office Prosecution B Panel


Thomas Daniel has been appointed to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) Prosecution B Panel, effective from 1 August 2017. Thomas continues to accept defence instructions in large frauds.

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Simon Baker in Supreme Court appeal relating to criminal liability for infringing Trade Marks in the “grey market”


Simon Baker appeared before the Supreme Court as junior counsel instructed on behalf of a company (C) and one of its directors (T) in the appeal of R v M,…

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Successful Appeal in Police Appeals Tribunal


Allan Compton successfully represented PC JJ at the Police Appeals Tribunal on 20th July 2017. She had been dismissed for gross misconduct at a police disciplinary hearing following allegations that…

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Simon Baker secures suspended sentence in fatal driving case


Simon Baker represented Karol Michta, the world renowned free-runner who had performed at 10 Downing Street, in his prosecution at the Central Criminal Court for causing death by careless driving. …

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Tim Kendal successfully resists appeal from the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal


Tim Kendal, acting for the Respondent solicitor before the Admin Court and instructed by Robert Forman of Murdochs solicitors, successfully resists appeal by the SRA against a fine imposed by…

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Louise Sweet QC becomes a Medical Practitioner Tribunal Service Judge


2 Bedford Row is pleased to announce the appointment of Louise Sweet QC as a Judge at the Medical Practitioner Tribunal Service, responsible for regulation and discipline of doctors.

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Richard Whittam QC speaks at the Banking, Litigation and Regulation Forum


Richard Spoke at Legal Week and Corporate Counsel’s conference at the Hilton London Bankside on 15 June 2017. He was part of the panel that addressed Deferred Prosecution Agreements –…

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Former Police Chief not guilty of sexual assault charges


In June 2017, Brian, who was instructed privately by Ian Kelcey of Kelcey & Hall of Bristol, secured the acquittal of GD, a former senior police chief in Avon &…

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Rolf Harris not guilty of all new charges


Stephen Vullo QC, leading David Patience, instructed by Daniel Berke of 3d Regulatory Solicitors, represented Rolf Harris at his third trial, at the conclusion of which not guilty verdicts were…

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Anand Beharrylal defends in attempted murder case


Anand Beharrylal was instructed to defend in a high profile attempted murder case in the Midlands involving three victims struck by a moving car. Following guilty pleas to alternative offences…

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