R (Hunter Premium Worldwide Sourcing Limited) v Gerard Lawless and Angela Forde-Lawless: On Friday 12th October 2018, following a 5 week trial at St Albans Crown Court, Gerard Lawless the former Financial Controller of Hunter Premium Worldwide Sourcing Limited “Hunter”, … Continue reading
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On Thursday 9 August, EMM played host for the London launch of ‘The Right Kind of Loud’, written by Kim A. Page. The evening was attended by a variety of friends, clients and lawyers of both the author and EMM. … Continue reading
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31 July 2018: Edmonds Marshall McMahon (“EMM”) ran a networking masterclass assisted by talented thespians from 187 Fleet Street, Littleton, 2 Harcourt Buildings, Furnival Chambers & 23 Essex Street Chambers. Lawyers and paralegals from EMM finished off 1.5 hours of … Continue reading
The Home Secretary Theresa May annouces that operating as an unlicensed private detective is to be illegal in England and Wales. Kate McMahon, of Edmonds Marshall McMahon, appears on BBC News commenting “We mirror the model of law enforcement, where the police … Continue reading
The Fraud Advisory Panel was established in 1998 acts as an independent voice and leader of the counter fraud community in the United Kingdom. It brings together people and organisations with an interest and expertise in preventing, detecting, investigating and prosecuting … Continue reading
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Tamlyn Edmonds will be leading a Private Prosecutions masterclass available from Sweet and Maxwell from Monday 06 May 2013. Private prosecutions are a useful tool used to tackle economic crime that may not be understood or prioritised elsewhere. They can … Continue reading
In this article Andrzej Bojarski, Kate Tompkins and Cameron Crowe of 36 Bedford Row consider the option of private prosecution as an opportunity for a spouse in an exceptional case when all conventional options in the family courts have been exhausted. Attached Files PDF Document
In Accounting and Business’s October 2012 international edition EMM’s Kate McMahon and Ian Brown of GB Forensic explain that one of the sharpest tools in the fraud risk management toolbox is the ability for businesses to bring private prosecutions. Attached Files PDF Document
The case of Regina (Gujra) v Crown Prosecution Service was published by the Supreme Court on November 27, 2012 with judgement handed down on the 14 November 2012. The result of the ruling was that the Crown Prosecution Service was … Continue reading
In 1977, Lord Wilberforce in Gouriet v Union of Post Office Workers (1978) 3 All ER 70  gave a wonderful sound bite to the Court when he stressed the importance of the right to bring private prosecutions: “The individual, … Continue reading