Monthly Archives: October 2019

Rhys Rosser acts in Modern Slavery case


Rhys Rosser, led by Adrian Rohard and instructed by Nicola Hall of Tuckers Solicitors, represented the first defendant to be tried for Modern Slavery offences allegedly committed whilst under 18….

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Law Commission Report “Anti-money laundering: the SARs regime” references 2 Bedford Row article


In June 2019, the Law Commission published a report which examined the effectiveness of the SARs regime in a number of areas. One area of focus was the extra-territorial effect…

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Michael Levy and Lucy Sweetland secure only acquittal in County Lines drugs and Modern Slavery case


Michael Levy leading Lucy Sweetland, instructed by Paul Cameron of Bark & Co., represented the only defendant to be acquitted in a four month trial at Woolwich Crown Court. The…

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Chambers UK Bar 2020


Chambers is delighted that in the 2020 edition of the Chambers & Partners guide to the Bar, which was published today, a total of 31 members of Chambers (15 QCs…

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Christopher Martin secures Court Martial acquittal


Christopher Martin, instructed by Philip Roberts of Levy & Co, successfully defended an Army Major at a recent Court Martial trial at the Court Martial Center sitting at Catterick.  The…

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Eight Year Reduction to Sentence Secured by Tracy Ayling QC


Tracy Ayling QC represented “ACF” in the Court of Criminal Appeal (Criminal Division) on an appeal against a 28 year sentence imposed upon “ACF” after a trial at Reading Crown…

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Michael Levy secures murder acquittal – first time that “loss of control” has succeeded in a case of mercy killing


Michael Levy (instructed by Levy & Co) defended a client charged with murder. The client, had picked up his dying mother from a hospital bed and carried her to a balcony…

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Competition Litigation, UK practice and Procedure


Jim Sturman QC contributed to the second edition of the book (the chapter on criminal proceedings for cartel offences) By Mark Brealey QC and Kyla George.

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