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How legal crowdfunding can help you bring/defend a case

We are all familiar with the concept of crowdfunding, whether in the context of supporting a new business venture or contributing to a worthy cause.  Crowdfunding is now becoming an established method of funding a legal case – whether it is the pursuit of a claim or the defence of criminal proceedings. In the legal…

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Brett Wilson LLP new offices to open on 4 August for face to face consultations

After four months of the firm operating remotely, Brett Wilson LLP’s new offices at 35-37 St John’s Lane, London, EC1M 4BJ will open on 4 August. Clients who wish to arrange a socially-distanced ‘face to face’ consultations will be able to book one from this date onwards.  Clients who would prefer to have a Skype…

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Brett Wilson LLP listed as a top 20 London specialist firm in Legal 500 survey on client service

Brett Wilson LLP has been identified by the Legal 500/Legalese as having one of the highest levels of client service amongst London specialist firms. The survey of the UK’s legal profession, saw 60,000 clients interviewed.  The results of the survey showed that clients felt specialist boutique firms tended to provide a better quality of service…

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Brett Wilson LLP to start offering family law services

From 13 April 2020 Brett Wilson LLP will offer family law services to existing and new clients. The creation of a department providing such services is part of the firm’s wider expansion plans which also include the firm moving into larger custom-built offices in Farringdon once social distancing restrictions are lifted.  The decision to provide…

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Doctor who spied on 15-year-old girl in the shower struck off following voyeurism conviction

On 28 February 2019, Dr Jonathan Fielden was convicted in Luton Crown Court of one count of voyeurism contrary to section 67(1) of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.  A person is held to commit an act of voyeurism if, for the purpose of obtaining sexual gratification, they observe another person doing a private act.  At…

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Financial Doping: when fraud is not treated as fraud?

Update – Since the publication of this blog, Manchester City were cleared of breaching the Financial Fair Play rules by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but fined £10,000,000 for failing to cooperate with the UEFA investigation.   Saracens Rugby Club and Manchester City Football Club are currently the two most successful English teams in…

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Solicitor struck off after imposter uses his firm as a vehicle for fraud

In the matter of Solicitors Regulation Authority v Johnbosco Eberechuckwu Onyeme Johnbosco Onyeme was struck off the roll of solicitors by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (‘SDT’) for unwittingly allowing his firm to be used as a vehicle for fraud. Mr Onyeme it was a sole practitioner at ‘World Secure Solicitors Limited’ (‘the Firm’).  Following an investigation…

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When the public interest gets badly lost

Robyn Williams, a highly decorated superintendent with the Metropolitan police, is currently confined to desk duties pending an appeal against her conviction. She was found guilty by a 10-1 majority on 29 November 2019 for one offence of possession of an indecent image of a child. This is an offence under section 160 of the…

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Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Sword of Damocles or joke shop dagger?

Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPA) were brought into being in 2014 by the Crime and Courts Act 2013. They are supposedly a way of recognising criminal conduct in large companies where such conduct was either conducted or sanctioned by senior management. In return for a recognition that criminal conduct had taken place and a commitment to…

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Regulating social workers—England’s new regime

Local government analysis: Will the establishment of Social Work England as the new regulator of social workers in England improve public confidence in the profession? Nick Brett, partner in regulatory and disciplinary proceedings at Brett Wilson LLP, explains how the new regime will work in practice, sets out the transition arrangements that are in place,…

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