Author Archives: Emm Legal

Practice Manager

Edmonds Marshall McMahon is the first and only specialist private prosecution law firm in the UK and is described by the UK Legal 500 (2013-2017) as a leading firm in “Fraud: white collar-crime”. We also have leading civil fraud and … Continue reading

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EMM’s Robert Hunter and Kate McMahon talk fraud at C5

Robert Hunter, Partner at Edmonds Marshall McMahon, will chair the first day of this year’s C5 Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery Conference in Geneva. Over the past 15 years, Robert’s much anticipated opening talk introducing C5’s Geneva Forum has become a tradition. … Continue reading

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Senior Associate – Civil Fraud, 4 years’+ PQE

Edmonds Marshall McMahon is the first and only specialist private prosecution law firm in the UK and is described by the UK Legal 500 (2013-2017) as a leading firm in “Fraud: white collar-crime”. We also have leading civil fraud and … Continue reading

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Paralegal – White Collar Crime

Job Description This is an exciting opportunity for a paralegal to join the specialist private prosecution firm based in Central London, Edmonds Marshall McMahon, ranked as a leading law firm in the Legal500. This is a chance to gain hands … Continue reading

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R v Andrew John Camilleri (2018) – An IVA Proposal and War of Attrition

On Monday 29th January 2018, following a private prosecution, Andrew John Camilleri was unanimously convicted by a jury at Manchester Crown Court of making false representations in an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (“IVA”)[1] proposal contrary to section 262A of the Insolvency Act … Continue reading

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In-House Counsel Vacancy

We are seeking to recruit a barrister of 6 yrs + PQE to join our expanding team of specialist criminal prosecutors conducting largely white collar crime cases. The candidate must demonstrate a creative and solution orientated approach to cases and … Continue reading

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Associate Vacancy

We are seeking to recruit a solicitor of 4 + year PQE to join our expanding team of specialist criminal prosecutors conducting largely white collar crime cases based in Central London. The candidate must have at least three years’ PQE in … Continue reading

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Review of multiple causes of action (Holyoake and another v Candy and others)

This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Dispute Resolution on 22 January 2018. Click for a free trial of Lexis®PSL. Dispute Resolution analysis: What is the court’s role in dealing with a commercial deal gone sour? Kate McMahon and Sofie Hoffman, partners at Edmonds Marshall McMahon, explain the judgment in … Continue reading

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Russian and British national guilty of elaborate $1 million fraud following private prosecution

On the 13th December 2017, Andrey Kulich was unanimously convicted in a private prosecution for his involvement in a $1 million conspiracy to defraud Argyn Khassenov, following a four-week trial at Birmingham Crown Court. Andrey Kulich, a Russian and British … Continue reading

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An Approach to Prosecuting Intellectual Property Crime:  The Prosecutors

Edmonds Marshall McMahon’s Tamlyn Edmonds and Ashley Fairbrother were delighted to feature in the Intellectual Property Magazine, following an interview with the Deputy Editor, Tom Phillips The published interview is set out below and can be found here. With the … Continue reading

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