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COVID-19 – (Remote) Business as usual at EMM!

With the current climate surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone at Edmonds Marshall McMahon is committed to continue to provide our high standards of service whilst also minimising the risk to our clients and team. As such, our entire team is … Continue reading

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[Webinar] Forensic Collection Best Practices: Achieving Accurate, Defensible and Proportionate Data Collection – 24 February

Mike Jackson, Head of Investigations, will be speaking at an upcoming webinar regarding ‘Forensic Collection Best Practices’, with other leading experts in this field. The success of any eDisclosure project, whether litigation, investigation or regulatory compliance, depends on the story … Continue reading

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Edmonds Marshall McMahon secure landmark decision from the High Court to provide guidance on the recoverability of private prosecutors’ costs

By Ashley Fairbrother On 28 January 2020, in Fuseon Limited v Senior Courts Costs Office [2019] EWHC 126 (Admin), the High Court granted Fuseon’s appeal against a Costs Master’s decision (i) to assess Fuseon’s legal costs based on the hourly rates … Continue reading

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Two new forces join Edmonds Marshall McMahon

So far, January 2020 is proving to be a great start to a new year for Edmonds Marshall McMahon. We are delighted to announce two new joiners to the team! Luke Dockwray joins as a Senior Associate following 10 years … Continue reading

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Kirsty Pappin is shortlisted as a finalist for ‘Practice Director/Manager of the Year’!

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Edmonds Marshall McMahon is pleased to announce that our Practice Manager, Kirsty Pappin, has been shortlisted as one of three finalists for ‘Practice Director/Manager of the Year’ at the upcoming LPM Practice Excellence Awards 2020. This is an excellent achievement … Continue reading

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The Private Prosecutors: How to Catch a Fraudster

Ashley Fairbrother and Fani Gamon of Edmonds Marshall McMahon are looking forward to talking to students at The University of Law, Bloomsbury this evening on the motives of fraudsters and creative ways of catching them. In Roald Dahl’s famous 1970’s … Continue reading

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Chambers & Partners 2020

It is an exciting day here at Edmonds Marshall McMahon! Chambers & Partners have released the 2020 rankings, and all our partners have been ranked highly in both the UK and High Net Worth guides for their respective specialist fields. … Continue reading

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David Stern appointed as Special Counsel at Edmonds Marshall McMahon

Edmonds Marshall McMahon is pleased to announce the appointment of David Stern as Special Counsel since June 2019.  As a barrister for 30 years, he has a breadth of knowledge in areas ranging from serious and complex fraud and corruption … Continue reading

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Global Fraud and Corruption – the results, how businesses are responding and what can we do about it?

As the business world becomes increasingly global, the way in which corruption and fraud is conducted becomes more complex, and harder to combat.  In fact, the recent Transparency International annual corruption perception index highlights lamentable progress, stating that “most countries … Continue reading

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Nohow or contrariwise?

Ekaterina Pakerova recently contributed an article to The Commercial Litigation Journal, where she peers down the rabbit hole to consider ownership and control in freezing injunctions. You can read the full article by clicking below: Nohow or contrariwise_May_June 2019_CLJ

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