Kangs Solicitors has been representing a client who works for an international company in Central London. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors reports on the case. The Circumstances | Kangs Domestic Abuse Defence Team Our client faced allegations of domestic abuse against an estranged partner which he strongly contested to the extent that, having further reviewed
A man has received a twelve months prison sentence for illegally dumping one hundred tonnes of waste on to the site of a school in Oldham after cutting through the school gates and dumping the waste on land used as a car park. It cost the school over twenty thousand pounds to remove the waste.
The Landlord of shop premises which he owns in the High Street, Lincoln has recently been prosecuted at Lincoln Crown Court for allowing his premises to be used by criminals to sell illicit tobacco products. The Circumstances | Kangs Trading Standards Advisory Team The business, called European Foods, has a long history of criminal activity
Upon the last of the three former Tesco executives being recently cleared of any dishonesty over its £250 million accounting scandal at Southwark Crown Court the solicitor for Carl Rogberg joined those who had acted for the other two defendants in objecting to the publication of a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (‘DFA’) by the Serious Fraud
The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (‘the Regulations’) are designed to protect consumers from dishonest, misleading and aggressive sales practices used by individuals, business and companies supplying products and services. John Veale of Kangs Solicitors outlines the Regulations. The Regulations | Kangs Trading Standards Defence Solicitors The following are deemed to be criminal
At the Central Criminal Court, a NHS Trust in Kent was fined after pleading guilty to breaches of Health & Safety Regulations which resulted in two nurses suffering from serious injuries after being repeatedly stabbed. Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors sets out the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Solicitors Health and Safety Team The Court
Kangs Solicitors was presented with the award for ‘Criminal, Fraud & Licensing Law Firm of the Year 2019’ at the Legal 500 Awards Ceremony. The Awards Ceremony was held at The Great Hall, Guildhall in the heart of the City of London last night. The Award was collected by the founding partner of Kangs Solicitors,
A former Head Teacher has been fined after it was discovered he had illegally obtained information from two primary schools he had previously worked at. General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) | Kangs GDPR Advisors The law governing data protection in the UK changed drastically in May 2018 when GDPR came into effect. GDPR will continue
As from 1st January 2019, new guidelines published by the Sentencing Council for offences of Child Cruelty came into operation for offences sentenced on or after that date, regardless of the date of the offence, affecting all offenders aged eighteen years and older. Cagin Husnu of Kangs Solicitors comments upon the changes. The Offences |
On the 14th January 2019 Richard Hall appeared before Liverpool Crown Court in relation to offences of fraud and perverting the course of justice following a joint investigation by the Insolvency Service and Merseyside Police. Helen Holder of Kangs Solicitors outlines the circumstances. The Circumstances | Kangs Financial Crime Advisory Team Whilst trading as an
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