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R v Andrew John Camilleri (2018) - An IVA Proposal and War of Attrition

February 20 2018 On Monday 29th January 2018, following a private prosecution, Andrew John Camilleri was unanimously convicted by a jury at Manchester Crown Court of…

Global Fraud and Corruption - the results, how businesses are responding and what can we do about it?

June 5 2019 As the business world becomes increasingly global, the way in which corruption and fraud is conducted becomes more complex, and harder to combat. In…

When are ‘without prejudice’ statements admissible?

December 22 2016 The general principle is that no one can give evidence of what was said in without prejudice negotiations. It is, however, subject to a number of…

Key Issues from the Draft Money Laundering Regulations 2017

May 10 2017 Following a series of consultation processes, HM Treasury has published a draft of the Money Laundering Regulations 2017. These proposed regulations…

The Decision to Prosecute, the Discretion to Prosecute and the Code for Crown Prosecutors

May 5 2017 While there is no formal requirement for private prosecutors to satisfy the Code for Crown Prosecutors, at Edmonds Marshall McMahon, we consider it…

I have been the victim of a Coronavirus scam?

April 14 2020 “I have been the victim of a Coronavirus scam” is regrettably becoming a common state of affairs for many. In the area of law enforcement and private…

Global Fraud and Corruption - the results, how businesses are responding and what can we do about it?

June 5 2019 As the business world becomes increasingly global, the way in which corruption and fraud is conducted becomes more complex, and harder to combat. In…

Private Prosecution of International Criminal Offences

January 23 2019 This article briefly considers how private prosecutions might be used to prosecute international criminal offences, an issue highlighted by relatively…

Is a Norwich Pharmacal Order a mechanism to obtain evidence to support a private prosecution? FCFM v Hargreaves & others [2018] EWHC 3075 (QB)

January 4 2019 Ashley Fairbrother, solicitor at Edmonds Marshall McMahon, examines the High Court’s answer in FCFM v Hargreaves & others [2018] EWHC 3075 (QB) and…

Private Prosecution: the Duty of Candour when Applying for a Summons

June 27 2018 What information does a private prosecutor have to put forward to get a proper summons issued? Typically in a private prosecution the defendant will…