General Crime: Notable case

R v Grierson (2012)

Mark Ellison QC represented the ex-Hogan Lovells litigation partner who stole more than £1.2m for his firm.

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Notable cases:

Re: Dr F (2015)
Adrian Darbishire QC defends GP acquitted of sexual assault
Adrian Darbishire QC

R v Sheikh (Tito) (2014)
Roger Smart and Rachna Gokani were instructed for the prosecution in the case of R v Tito Ibn Sheikh who was convicted of org
Roger Smart | Rachna Gokani

R v Malinovskij (2014)
Edward Brown QC and Ben FitzGerald act for the prosecution in ‘brutal and premeditated’ murder conviction
Edward Brown QC | Ben FitzGerald

R v Curtin and others (2014)
Successful prosecution of the £1.5million robbery of Selfridges Oxford Street.
Roger Smart

R -v- Carbon and others (2014)
Series of armed robberies
Kerry Broome | Tim Naylor

R v Doyle (2014)
ID Fraud
Linda Strudwick | Tim Naylor

R -v- Clive Goodman, Rebekah Brooks, Andrew Coulson and others (2014)
CPS decide on retrial for Clive Goodman and Andy Couslon in News of the World hacking case
David Spens QC | Benn Maguire

Rebekah Brooks (2014)
Fallon Alexis represented Rebekah Brooks as second junior counsel in the phone-hacking trial.
Fallon Alexis

R -v- Harris (2014)
Zoe Johnson secures conviction of Dean Harris for murder of Amina Agboola.
Zoe Johnson QC

R v Hall (Stuart) (2014)
Representing former broadcaster Stuart Hall who was acquitted of 15 counts of historic rape.
Crispin Aylett QC


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Sean Larkin QC provides a new short guide to the Bribery Act 2010 8.11.2011
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Global Reference Guide: Fraud & White Collar Crime 2011
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What is the law regarding the granting of a Firearm - Paul Rooney
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