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QEB News: Paul Raudnitz prosecutes the baby-battering of a three-week old child
20.8.2014 More >
QEB News: R v Nabuguzi & others (Operation Spenser) (2012-Ongoing) (2014)
11.4.2014 More >
QEB News: FSA's first criminal conviction for boiler room fraud
13.6.2011 More >
QEB News: Trading Standards gets UK's biggest car clockers - Paul Raudnitz
17.12.2009 More >
Paul Raudnitz: news£2m conspiracy to defraud various primary healthcare trusts - Paul Raudnitz
Paul Raudnitz defended the finance director of a private psychiatric hospital charged by the Fraud Prosecution Service with an alleged £2m conspiracy to defraud various primary healthcare trusts.
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R v Shah (2016)
Operation Donlontown murder
R v Pisaru & Others (2016)
Paddington prostitution gang
Zoe Johnson QC and Paul Raudnitz instructed in landmark Deferred Prosecution Agreement case - "SFO v XYZ Ltd"
GMC v Adler (2016)
Paul Raudnitz presents Dr Adler case for the GMC
R V Mahamoud Simakan, Ayi Cogj Hughes Arnaud D’Almeida, Erika Lazdane, Jordane Nice, Mathieu Aka
Operation Boromo: Paul Raudnitz, Kerry Broome and Caoimhe Daly conclude largest joint DWP/ Home Office fraud prosecution yet brought
R v Weir & Others (2015)
Paul Raudnitz acted for JG, trustee of “K.I.C.T” (Kids Integrated Cancer Treatment)
R v Bloor (2015)
Paul Raudnitz and Katherine Lloyd act for Operation Zygos “most-wanted” suspect in horse-racing tipping fraud.
Operation Cotton (2015)
Operation Cotton: Case Concludes - Sean Larkin QC, Paul Raudnitz and Polly Dyer act for Financial Conduct Authority
R v Nabuguzi & others (Operation Spenser) (2012-Ongoing) (2014)
Commercial scale identity fraud
R v Davis (John) (2014)
Baby-battering of three-week old child.
R v Grover & Arura (2014)
Paul Raudnitz and Caoimhe Daly acted for Brent and Harrow Trading Standards in the prosecution of what is believed to be the
QEB team win FCA appeal in Court of Appeal - Operation Cotton. (2014)
FCA prosecution for land-banking fraud
R v Rahman & others. (2014)
The “Highway” driver-training fraud.
R v Bharya & 2 Others (2013)
The “Fast-Track” fraud.
R v K & Others (2013)
International drugs and money laundering conspiracy
R v Leslie Ammah (2013)
The South Beach Bar shooting.
R v Ali & Ali (2012)
Trading Standards fraudulent trading conspiracy
R v Kavuala & Others (2012)
Operation Talbert South Kilburn murder trial
R v Toto & Cudjoe (2012)
Operation Pontadawe attempted murder
R v Menakaya & Others (2012)
Summer riots - nine-handed prosecution
R v Tanin & Marques (2011)
"Sham marriages" conspiracy trial
R v Peters (2011)
City Police's "biggest identity theft" case
R v John-Lewis (2011)
The Camberwell arson murder trial
R v Mason (2011)
Leading Counsel, FSA's (as it then was) first criminal conviction for boiler room fraud.
R v Akra & Others (Victoria Station Murder Trial 1) (2011)
The Victoria Station murder
R v Kidd (2010)
Defence of Department for Business Innovation and Skills massive fraudulent trading allegation.
GSCC v Le Jardin (2010)
General Social Care Council race prejudice misconduct hearing.
R v Ghulaman & Sadiqi (2009)
Trading Standards' biggest ever “car clocking” fraud conspiracy.
R v Sidhu & Others (2009)
Defence of Revenue and Customs Tax Fraud Conspiracy
R v A (2009)
Defence of the CEO of a prominent football club on driving charges
R v Wilson & another (2009)
The 'Cawston Park' alleged 'Extra Care' fraud
R v Caunter & others (2008)
The Beccles A146 running-down murder trial
R v Stuart (2008)
Ex-England under-21 footballer charged with assault
R v Satkunanathan & others (2007)
Breach of trust fraud conspiracy
Paul Raudnitz considers Deferred Prosecution Agreements in the light of the first two cases.
Paul Raudnitz who was instructed as junior counsel by the SFO in the XYZ case, considers the importance of self-reporting and defence co-operation in arriving at a satisfactory conclusion to such cases.
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Trading Standards: Wheel Clamping - Regulation and the Criminal Law
WHEEL CLAMPING: REGULATION AND THE CRIMINAL LAW 19.4.2010
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