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John Veale of Kangs Solicitors reviews the Bribery Act 2010 (‘the Act’) which came into force on 1st July 2011 and deals with offences committed wholly on or after that date. The Act, which applies to the whole of the United Kingdom, also makes provision for offences committed outside of the jurisdiction to be dealt
What is an EU Derived Right of Residence? | Kangs Immigration Solicitors A person who does not qualify for a right of residence under the free movement directive may qualify for another right of residence under EU law. An EU derived right of residence is, essentially, permission from the Home Office to reside in the
Call for dirty takeaways to display Food Hygiene Scores Steven Micklewright of Kangs Solicitors discusses the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme. In view of the vast and ever increasing range of fast/convenience food outlets, colloquially known as ‘takeaways’, Ministers have been urged to take action in respect of dirty takeaways which fail to display food hygiene
Dean Phillips and Colin Parker of Kangs Solicitors have recently concluded complex Confiscation Proceedings on behalf of our client which were brought in connection with a significant NHS Fraud. The case was successfully concluded with the Prosecution accepting that: foreign assets should be deemed not realisable assets nominally held jointly by the client did in
Dean Phillips of Kangs Solicitors represented a client sentenced in respect of VAT and Excise fraud in relation to the importation of £5 million worth of high end watches. As our client had admitted the offence from the outset, Kangs Solicitors sought to ensure that he was placed in the most favourable position possible when
Kangs Regulatory Team has been instructed on behalf of the Directors of a company who find themselves at the centre of an investigation conducted by Trading Standards. The company is involved in the sale and distribution of modern art. Concerns have been raised regarding the mark up of the products being sold, the storage and
Following the announcement on 15th September 2016 of changes to the First Tier Tribunal (Immigration & Asylum Chamber) fees from 10th October 2016, new fees will apply to Immigration and Asylum Appeal cases lodged on or after 10th October 2016. This represents an increase of over 500% in the level of court fees payable upon
Following his recently posted review of the regulatory regime of the Environment Agency (‘the EA’) and the types of investigation that it can conduct, John Veale of Kangs Solicitors examines some of the sentences and penalties that may be imposed upon an individual or a company in respect of waste management crime. Sentencing Guidelines for
Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors discusses the increasing use of Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBO’s) being applied for at the Criminal Courts by the Crown Prosecution Service. The Use of CBOs | Kangs Solicitors Specialist Crime Lawyers The Provisions governing CBOs came into force on the 20th October 2014. A CBO can be applied for by
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