Kangs Solicitors were instructed to seek recovery of money seized from our client by the UK Border Agency (‘UKBA’) at Stansted Airport. Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors explains the events. The Background | Kangs Money Laundering Solicitors Our client and his family were at Stansted Airport anticipating boarding a flight to take them on holiday
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017, (‘the Regulations’), came into force on the 26th June 2017 with the purpose of developing a more risk based approach to preventing money laundering and the financing of terrorism. More than one hundred thousand businesses are covered by the Regulations
Kangs Solicitors have successfully defended a client charged with a rape alleged to have taken place in a domestic setting. Meticulous defence preparation was undertaken which included the scrutiny of mobile phone communications, DNA analysis, examination of witness statements and in depth discussions with our client. The client was acquitted by a jury at Birmingham
Construction Firm Fined Following Failure Of Management Controls. A construction company, Barroerock Construction Limited, (‘the company’), based at Langley House Park Road, East Finchley, London has been fined £750,000 plus costs of £14,874.68 after pleading guilty to offences committed while converting former office premises in Ashford, Kent. Two investigations by The Health and Safety Executive
Food Supplier shut down for breaches of Food Hygiene Regulations A Cannock based meat supplier, which provided meat to in excess of five hundred food outlets across the country, has been shut down by a keen eyed environmental health officer (‘the EHO’). It was by pure chance that the EHO spotted the director of the
The Legislation Insider dealing is a criminal offence (‘the offence’) governed by sections 52 and 53 of the Criminal Justice Act 1993 (‘the Act’). The Offence | Kangs Criminal Advisory Solicitors Section 52 of the Act provides that a person is guilty of the offence if he: has information as an insider and deals in
Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to represent a client in relation to information the Police have included on his enhanced DBS Certificate. The information relates to a sexual allegation in that it was alleged our client attempted to administer a substance into the drink of a female with the intention to stupify or overpower her
Colin Parker reported on 28th July 2016 that Kangs Solicitors had been instructed by a client to seek a variation to a PFO whereby funds could be released from her frozen assets to enable her to properly instruct her legal team to defend her position against Civil Recovery Proceedings, which were expected to be issued
Under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (‘the Act’), confiscation proceedings may well follow a criminal conviction and result in a large ‘benefit figure’ i.e the financial advantage gained from the fraud, having to be repaid under the resultant Confiscation Order (‘the Order’), especially where the existence of a ‘criminal life style’ has been established.
Kangs Solicitors were instructed to defend a client and his company in respect of a prosecution by Havering London Borough Council for offences contrary to Regulation 19 of the Food Safety and Hygiene Regulations 2013. Our Suki Randhawa, who has twenty years’ experience defending such cases, was instructed to defend the prosecution at Barkingside Magistrates
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