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Polly Dyer: newsPolly Dyer represents FCA in insider dealing trial
QEB Hollis Whiteman member Polly Dyer, led by Andrew Marshall of 18 Red Lion Court, represented the Financial Conduct Authority at the Central Criminal Court in the trial of a Logica analyst and his neighbour for insider dealing. On day three of the trial, after the opening speech, two of the defendants pleaded guilty. The trial concerned the disclosure of inside information by the first defendant, on two occasions, and the trading on such information by the second defendant, who made a profit of over £100,000. No evidence was offered in relation to a third defendant.
R v Koort & Others
Polly Dyer was led by Tom Baker in a money laundering prosecution at the Central Criminal Court. Three defendants were convicted. Sentences imposed ranged from 11 years' imprisonment to 4 years' imprisonment.
Prosecution offer no evidence after complainant's evidence discredited in fraud and money laundering trial. (2016)
QEB Hollis Whiteman member Ben FitzGerald represented a former Chief Operating Officer and fellow member Polly Dyer represented her partner, who were charged with fraud and money laundering respectively.
Appeal quash dishonesty convictions (2015)
Paul Wakerley and Polly Dyer act for appellant as Court of Appeal quash dishonesty convictions
Inquest into the death of P.S. (2015)
Polly Dyer represented the family of a woman who was hit by a bus when crossing Barnet High Street. She was instructed by L
R v S (2015)
Polly Dyer represented a care worker charged with 13 counts of fraud. She was accused of making a variety of fraudulent tran
Operation Cotton (2015)
Operation Cotton: Case Concludes - Sean Larkin QC, Paul Raudnitz and Polly Dyer act for Financial Conduct Authority
R v AS (2014)
Polly was instructed privately to appear for a defendant charged with one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
GDC -v- Ross (2014)
Polly Dyer acted for the General Dental Council in a prosecution involving the illegal practice of tooth whitening.
Inquest of Flt. Lt Sean Cunningham (2014)
Death of a Red Arrow Pilot
R -v- PR (2014)
Polly Dyer acted for a defendant charged with two counts of theft and 12 counts of fraud.
R -v- JC (2014)
Polly Dyer acted for a defendant charged with possession with intent to supply a class B drug.
Mid Staffordshire Public Inquiry (2013)
Public Inquiry into failings at Mid-Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust
Disclosure and abuse of process
Polly Dyer reviews the Court of Appeal decision in R v R & Others .
Keeping “Proportionality” in Proportion: an Update on Waya and Confiscation
 2 Archbold Review 6 1.4.2014
TIME TO AGREE TERMS?
QEB Hollis Whiteman barrister Polly Dyer and HHJ Michael Hopmeier assess the role and likely impact of Deferred Prosecution A 20.9.2013
TS Today - August 2013. The Enterprise Act 2002
Polly Dyer has completed an article for August's addition of Trading Standards Today, in relation to The Enterprise Act 2002. 29.7.2013
Bail in Criminal Proceedings
"Bail in Criminal Proceedings", Westlaw UK Insight, 4th July 2013 4.7.2013
Confiscation Waya and other recent developments
"Confiscation: Waya and other recent developments" by Polly Dyer and Michael Hopmeier, Archbold Review, Issue 1, February 201 16.1.2013
First Time Offenders
"First-time Offenders", Westlaw UK Insight, 11 July 2013 14.1.2013