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    "Noted for the excellence of its white-collar defence practice"

    Chambers & Partners, 2014 edition

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    "Outstanding financial crime defence practice"

    Chambers & Partners, 2014 edition

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    "It’s a deluxe firm which pulls out all the stops for its clients"

    Chambers & Partners, 2014 edition

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    "They are the market leaders for serious crime’"

    Chambers & Partners, 2014 edition

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    "Kangs has an excellent reputation. They care about their clients and go the extra mile for them"

    Chambers & Partners, 2014 edition

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    "Kangs Solicitors is a standout firm"

    Legal 500, 2014 edition

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    "Kangs Solicitors is in the highest tier of firms"

    Legal 500, 2014 edition

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    "Hamraj Kang is noted for his very sharp legal brain"

    Legal 500, 2014 edition

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    "Kangs Solicitors fields a team of ‘technically able solicitors’
    and is well regarded for its serious crime and fraud work"

    Legal 500, 2014 edition

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    "Hamraj Kang is a shrewd tactician and very experienced"

    Legal 500, 2013 edition

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    "What the team is known for - handles an extensive array of criminal matters
    including murder, drugs and white-collar crime"

    Chambers & Partners 2013 edition

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    "Adept at dealing with cases that have an international dimension"

    Chambers & Partners 2013 edition

    NEWS

    Sep

    28

    September 28 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Corporate Manslaughter | Regulatory Solicitors

     What is Corporate Manslaughter? Under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 (the CMCHA), an organisation is guilty of an offence if the way in which its activities are managed or organised causes a death and amounts to a breach of a relevant duty of care to the deceased. The Law before the CMCHA

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    Sep

    27

    September 27 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Shadow and De Facto Directors | Director Disqualification Solicitors

    Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors discusses the consequences of being involved in any way in the administration of a company as a shadow director and de facto director whilst being subject to a Director’s Disqualification Order. The Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 (‘CDDA’) Directors can be disqualified and removed from office for a number of

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    Sep

    26

    September 26 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Waste Management & the Permitting Regime

    John Veale of Kangs Solicitors takes a look at the complex regulatory regime that governs the collection, sorting and disposal of waste material. The Current Regime | Environment Agency Solicitors The regulations governing the waste industry were introduced as the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2010 (EPR) although there have been subsequent amendments. Basically, it is an offence

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    Sep

    23

    September 23 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Legal 500 | National Recognition for Kangs Solicitors

    The Legal 500 (2016 edition) has been launched this month and Kangs Solicitors has been recognised for its work in the field of fraud, money laundering, tax evasion and serious criminal cases. This is what this year’s edition of the Legal 500 said about us: “Kangs Solicitors is a boutique criminal fraud firm with a reputation

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    Sep

    22

    September 22 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Money Laundering Offences | Criminal Property

    Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors discusses the subject of money laundering and in particular, criminal property. Money laundering offences are now found in sections 327, 328 and 329 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA). These offences came into force on 24 February 2003. Money laundering is defined as an act which constitutes an

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    Sep

    21

    September 21 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Solicitors for Motoring Offences | Dangerous Driving

    Suki Randhawa of Kangs Solicitors provides some guidance on the offence of dangerous driving. Suki is an experienced advocate who has represented clients throughout the country in relation to driving matters. What is Dangerous Driving? | Solicitors for Driving Offences A person commits the offence of Dangerous Driving when: the driving falls far below the minimum

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    Sep

    20

    September 20 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Company Director Disqualification Proceedings |New Financial Penalties|Kangs Solicitors Insolvency Team

    Dean Phillips of Kangs Solicitors looks at the potentially significant financial penalties for those who find themselves subject to Company Director Disqualification Proceedings  which can be imposed in addition to the existing restraints preventing future involvement in the management, promotion or formation of companies. Compensation Orders | The New Legislation Section 110 of the Small Business,

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    Sep

    16

    September 16 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Disqualification of Company Directors and Officials | Invoice Discounting Fraud

    In his article posted on September 13th 2016, Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors examined the issue of company director disqualification. The article referred to the situation where, in the event of a compulsory liquidation of a company, suspected improper conduct by any individual will be investigated by the Official Receiver, whether or not that person

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    Sep

    15

    September 15 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    What is ‘Insider Dealing’?|Kangs Solicitors Fraud Team

    ‘Insider Dealing’ is the illegal practice of trading on the stock exchange to one’s own advantage through having access to confidential information. The practice includes activities such as dealing whilst in possession of inside information, encouraging others to deal in such circumstances and the disclosure of information assisting in such conduct, other than in the

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    Sep

    13

    September 13 , 2016 | Posted by Kangs Solicitors |

    Official Receiver Interviews & Company Director Disqualification

    Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors discusses some of the procedures attaching to Company Directors Disqualification proceedings. The Role of the Official Receiver | Director Disqualification Solicitors In essence an Official Receiver (‘OR’) is appointed when a company enters into compulsory liquidation. The OR is the person appointed by the Court to deal with company assets

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