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Press Statement from Boris Becker
  PRESS STATEMENT  From Boris Becker: I wish to make it clear that I accept the verdicts of the jury, I accept the sentence imposed upon me and that is why I have no intention of seeking any form of appeal. I will serve my sentence in accordance with the court’s decisions.   From Bark&Co:... Read more »

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Bark And Co Client Cleared Of All Charges In Ecclestone Burglary Trial
Maria Mester, represented by Raj Dayal of Bark and Co, has been cleared by a jury in the UK’s largest ever burglary trial.  After a seven week trial at Isleworth Crown Court, Ms Mester, described by the prosecution as the lead defendant , was unanimously found not guilty of all five counts which included sums... Read more »

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Top London Extradition & Serious Crime solicitors win bail for client against extradition to Germany on conspiracy to murder charges
Germany v JB George Hepburne-Scott, Counsel instructed by Magdalena Motyl of Bark & Co Solicitors, secured bail for our client in the case of Germany v JB. Our client’s extradition is sought by Germany in relation to an allegation of conspiracy to murder going back to early 1998. Extradition is being resisted on multiple grounds... Read more »

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Top murder and serious crime defence solicitor law firm win murder charge acquittal for habitual knife carrier
Anon vs. Regina The defendant was accused of murdering a young man outside a nightclub in Kingston. The defendant, who accepted being a habitual knife carrier, got caught up in an argument outside a nightclub in Kingston town centre. The defendant admitted using his knife to injure one man and causing a fatal injury to... Read more »

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Top-Rated Specialist Extradition Solicitors Bark & Co Successfully Challenge Extradition to Poland for Person Facing Drugs Charges
MN v Poland This case involved a Polish national facing extradition for possession of cannabis and amphetamine. The only information we were provided with regarding possible sentence in Poland was that the maximum sentence was 3 years. We submitted that the requested person ought to be discharged under s.21A of the Extradition Act 2003 as... Read more »

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Top-Rated Specialist Extradition Solicitors Bark & Co Successfully Challenge European Arrest Warrant
R v Greece Top-Rated Extradition Solicitors Bark & Co Successfully Challenged European Arrest Warrant issued by Greece. This was an accusation warrant and related to 7 offences of the alleged participation in a criminal organisation and drugs trafficking. Our client was discharged under s.21(A)(4)(a) of the Extradition Act 2003. Magdalena Motyl of Bark & Co... Read more »

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Top-Rated Specialist Extradition Solicitors Bark & Co Successfully Challenge Extradition to Romania for Client wanted for theft & burglary
TK v Romania Hheard at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, the District Judge Snow discharged our client Tibor K from the European Arrest Warrant that he faced. This was a conviction warrant which related to 2 offences of theft/burglary. 2 years’ imprisonment were imposed. The Judge discharged our client on offence 1 under Section 10(3) of the... Read more »

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Bark & Co defend client accused of involvement in a £26m theft at Isleworth Crown Court
Bark & Co are defending a client accused of involvement in a £26m theft Isleworth Crown Court including alleged thefts from homes of Frank Lampard and Tamara Ecclestone. The Daily Mail Reports

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Chambers & Partners have now published the 2020 edition of their High Net Worth (HNW) Guide and Bark&co have once again been ranked in Financial Crime: High Net Worth Individuals – UK.
Chambers & Partners have now published the 2020 edition of their High Net Worth (HNW) Guide and Bark&co have once again been ranked in Financial Crime: High Net Worth Individuals – UK. In relation to the firm, Chambers High Net Worth states: Bark&co handles domestic and international financial crime matters for high net worth individuals,... Read more »

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Top-rated London criminal fraud defence solicitors win acquittal in complex multi-million VAT money laundering operation
VO vs HMRC We successfully represented Mr Vahit Oktar in Operation Albany at Bristol Crown Court. This was a large-scale operation involving an international investigation into allegations of money laundering with elements of VAT fraud. Our client, who was one of 9 accused of facilitating a complex multi-million pound money laundering operation, stood trial over... Read more »

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No Evidence Offered In Flagship ICO Prosecution
Bark&co are happy to report that in the case of R v Frederick Parr and Others (prosecuted by the Information Commissioners Office (“ICO”)) that the prosecution has today decided to offer no evidence against our client and all other co-Defendants. The case was heard at Warwick Crown Court. Mr. Frederick Parr first came to Bark&co... Read more »

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MTIC Fraud
R v Waqas ASLAM & 14 Ors [Operation Banjax] 2019 – Southwark Crown Court The case was an MTIC Fraud which was part and parcel of Import Duty Diversion on Beers, Wines and Spirits. According to HMRC the OCG were accountable for significant losses to the UK Exchequer through associated large scale VAT and Excise... Read more »

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Account Freezing Order
Bark&co were successful in an application to set aside an Account Freezing Order (“AFO”) against our client. The case originally started on 1st May 2019 when Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) applied to freeze the bank account of our client, W. Ltd, under s.303Z1 Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (“POCA 2002”), on the basis... Read more »

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Client cleared of murder and manslaughter
Our client was acquitted of murder and manslaughter at the Old Bailey on 11th February 2019. Mr Umezie was accused of stabbing Sidique Kamara to death, after an altercation in which the deceased and another assailant robbed Mr Umezie for his Cartier watch. Mr Umezie successfully raised self-defence, in that he disarmed the deceased of... Read more »

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Former Nigerian international & premier league footballer found not guilty
Former Nigerian International & Premier League footballer Sam Sodje was found not guilty of all allegations of money laundering in the Central Criminal Court on 21st January 2019. He was represented by Peter Finbow and Dean Armstrong QC of 36 Bedford Row. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-46946503 https://news.sky.com/story/sodje-scandal-sporting-brothers-jailed-for-africa-charity-fraud-11613619

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Another Successful Extradition Appeal
The case of Patryk Lewicki v Polish Judicial Authority was heard at the Administrative Court on 26th September 2018 before Mrs Justice Whipple. Laura Herbert from Charter Chambers was instructed by Magdalena Motyl. We successfully argued that due to the short sentence remaining to be served in Poland it would be a disproportionate breach of... Read more »

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High Court Extradition Victory
On Monday 8th July 2018, following a successful appeal against the Extradition Order issued by the Westminster Magistrates’ Court, in the case of Gumieniczek v Poland, the High Court quashed the Order for Extradition and the client was immediately released. Our challenge was based on the aggregation of the sentence with non-extradition offences, a point... Read more »

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Bark&co Ranked in Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide for Financial Crime
We are proud to announce that we have been ranked in Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide for Financial Crime. Chambers and Partners noted “Bark&co is well regarded for its criminal fraud practice and the team has great experience defending high net worth clients in high-profile financial crime litigation cases. “They’re very knowledgeable in the... Read more »

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R v SH & 9 others 2018 – Southwark CC – Fraud (Operation Willsbridge)
We successfully represented SH who was charged with being party to a large scale International Fraud against a number of Film Rental Equipment Companies who were based across the Globe. The Fraud was organised from the UK where the Organised Crime Group assumed the identities of some legitimate businesses in the industry. They were able... Read more »

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Bark&co succeeds in a landmark Ecuadorean Extradition case
After eighteen months of hearings, the case of Ecuador v D C-V has finally come to a successful end. The client was overjoyed when she was discharged at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 22nd June 2018 following successive and co-ordinated contested legal applications in Court in Ecuador and England. George Hepburne Scott from Church Court Chambers... Read more »

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Prosecution offer no evidence following successful legal argument on disclosure
On allegations dating back to their arrest in November 2015, Day 30 of trial at the Central Criminal Court for Paul Cameron’s two clients out of 13 accused of Conspiracy to Kidnap, Conspiracy to Blackmail, Administering Noxious Substance and False Imprisonment, ends with the Prosecution offering no evidence following successful defence legal argument on disclosure.... Read more »

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Acquittal at Southwark Crown Court
R v G and Others Today, our client was acquitted of conspiracy to import 70kgs of Class A drugs with an estimated street value of £7million. This was a highly sophisticated smuggling case which involved the use of a helicopter which made numerous trips travelling from the continent and landing at 5-star hotels in Kent... Read more »

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Murder Case dropped
Bark and Co stepped in to represent a young man accused of a fatal stabbing in South London. With less than 8 weeks to prepare, this involved  4 defendants.  There were two eye witnesses to the case who described the client being at the scene.  What were described by the prosecution as “focused and cogent... Read more »

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‘Houdini is nothing compared to you’
The quote of a client M.F. whose Appeal was finally granted by Consent Order from the Administrative Court on 1 December 2017. M.F.’s extradition was originally ordered by the Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 10 November 16, then his initial appeal was refused by the High Court on 24 January 17 and then refused again at an Oral... Read more »

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Bark&co Secured The Acquittal Of A Client Charged With Biggest And Most Complex direct tax fraud in British history
After a 10 month trial at Southwark Crown Court, Bark&co secured the acquittal of a client charged with Conspiracy to Defraud the Revenue (Operation Amazon). This is said to have been the biggest and most complex direct tax fraud in British history and the potential loss was £107.92 million.  The scheme involved high net worth... Read more »

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More Extradition Success For Bark&co
On 16th November 2017, in the case of District Court of Koszalin, Poland v Rafal Szpiec, heard at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, District Judge Inyundo discharged our client Mr Szpiec from the European Arrest Warrant that he faced. This was notwithstanding that it was a conviction warrant issued for Threats to Kill and multiple counts of... Read more »

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The case against Paul Cameron’s client was dismissed
Paul Cameron and Natalie Bird of 2 Bedford Row were instructed on a private basis to represent Mr H at Staines Magistrates Court. On the 1st day of trial we made submissions in relation to the lack of CPS compliance with Court directions and repeated Defence requests for disclosure relating to the complainant’s bad character.... Read more »

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Success In The Administrative Court
1. MM v Circuit Court in Katowice, Poland The case of Polish Judicial Authority v MM was heard at the Administrative Court on 25th October 2017 before Sir Wyn Williams sitting as a High Court Judge. We acted on behalf of the Appellant.  Following submissions in relation to Article 8 ECHR, the Court quashed the order... Read more »

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SIX CONSECUTIVE YEARS AS A TOP TIER FIRM – Legal500 2017
We are proud to announce that for the 6th consecutive year, Bark&co has been recognised as a TOP-TIER FIRM for FRAUD: WHITE-COLLAR CRIME in the Legal500 2017. The Legal500 noted: “Bark&co’s ‘core of talented and hardworking solicitors’ have ‘a first-class reputation in matters of financial offending’, and the team ‘prepares all cases with energy and focus, and... Read more »

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Magdalena Motyl Of Bark&co Instructed In Most High-Profile Extradition Case Of 2017
Bark&co has been instructed to represent Michael Herba the Polish national who is alleged to have been involved in the kidnapping of English model Chloe Ayling in Italy.  Mr Herba was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant issued by the Italian authorities. The Extradition Hearing is due to take place in due course at Westminster... Read more »

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Triple Success For Bark&co In High Court Extradition Appeals
In September 2017 Magdalena Motyl at Bark&co wins three High Court Extradition Appeals in a row. 1. Roman Kolodziejczyk v Poland – This was a case involving a conviction for Murder. Following successful legal arguments surrounding Article 26 of the European Council Framework Decision the Appeal was allowed and the Appellant released. 2. Marek Jaworski... Read more »

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Another client acquitted at the Old Bailey
Solicitor Danielle Coyle successfully represented Mr M charged with being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine. Mr M was unanimously acquitted after a three day Trial at the Old Bailey. The case turned extensively on mobile telephone evidence and involved an analysis of the content of two phones he was found in possession... Read more »

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Court of Appeal gives judgment in X & Y Limited v HMRC (AWRS injunctions)
Giles Bark-Jones and Joe Pyne of Bark&co acted for X&Y in this important appeal which has established that (1) HMRC do have power to grant interim approvals to traders pending appeal to the FTT against AWRS refusals and (2) the High Court can grant an injunction to a trader pending appeal to the FTT if... Read more »

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R v G & Others
Mr. G was a privately paying client who came to us from his previous solicitors for his trial. He was ultimately charged with Possession with Intent to Supply Class A and Class B drugs, along with two co-defendants. Mr. G was of good character and maintained that he would plead Guilty to possession of the... Read more »

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Client acquitted at the Bailey after allegations of cannabis production
Senior Consultant Paul Cameron successfully represented our client following a 17-day trial at the Old Bailey. Our client faced 6 counts, 3 of Conspiracy to produce cannabis and 3 of Conspiracy to abstract electricity. It is believed to be the biggest conspiracy to cultivate cannabis uncovered in the UK. This was the second of two... Read more »

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Bark&co act in another SFO prosecution
Senior Solicitor Maria Stalbow acts for Mr. R who has been charged along with four other British men, including three former Directors of Solar Energy Savings Limited. They have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud following the Serious Fraud Office’s investigation into Solar Energy Savings Limited, PV Solar Direct Limited and Ultra Energy Global... Read more »

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R v M
Mr. M came to us charged with a very serious section 18 GBH offence. He was alleged to have kicked the complainant in the head and stamped on his face, causing severe and chronic injuries including a broken cheekbone, ulcerated eyeball and the onset of epilepsy. Mr. M was steadfast in his account that he... Read more »

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Five Years as a Top Tier Firm – Legal 500
We are proud to announce that for the 5th consecutive year, Bark&co has been recognised as a TOP-TIER FIRM in Crime in the Legal 500, for Fraud: white-collar crime. The Legal 500 noted: “The ‘diligent’ crime team at Bark&co is led by the firm’s founder, Giles Bark-Jones. Bark-Jones secured an acquittal for criminal barrister Andrew... Read more »

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R v A & Others
Senior Solicitor Dina Patel today successfully represented Mr A, at Manchester Crown Court, where the Prosecution offered no evidence against him. Mr A, was jointly charged with three others for Fraud by False Representation and Money Laundering. The Prosecution from the outset described the case, as a complex financial investigation, into significant levels of money... Read more »

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Operation Incubus
Conspiracy to Cheat the Public Revenue by way of Duty Evasion on HRT. Senior Lawyer Alex Nelson is instructed privately to represents the alleged Principle Conspirator and Supplier TN resident in Luxembourg who is charged with sixteen other defendants prosecuted by the Specialist Fraud Division (Manchester) to be heard at Manchester Crown Court later this... Read more »

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R v F
A Bark&co solicitor has been instructed by FX trader on a 13 count Fraud by False Representation matter at Isleworth Crown Court. An 8-week trial is due to start on 3rd July 2017. We instructed Andrew Trollope QC of 187 Fleet Street & Vivienne Tanchel of 2 Hare Court.

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LIBOR Trial: Our Client Acquitted
Today our client was acquitted of all charges at Southwark Crown Court. Mr. Cryan is delighted with the unanimous verdict confirming his innocence of any involvement in a conspiracy to manipulate LIBOR. Mr. Cryan had protested his innocence from the very outset, and explained what had actually happened to the SFO in lengthy interviews in... Read more »

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Former New Zealand cricket captain and Barrister Acquitted
Chris Cairns has been acquitted at Southwark Crown Court on 30th November 2015 as has his former barrister, our client, Mr. Andrew Fitch-Holland. Giles Bark-Jones and Peter Finbow from Bark&co acted for Mr. Andrew Fitch-Holland (Criminal Barrister) Mr. Fitch-Holland and Mr. Chris Cairns (the former New Zealand cricket captain) had been charged with doing an act... Read more »

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R v S & Others.
Senior Solicitor Peter Finbow successfully represented Mr. S in his acquittal in proceedings before Manchester Crown Court. It had been alleged that Mr. S and his ten co-defendants, who were members of his family, conspired over 15 years to launder the proceeds of crime. These were allegedly gained by our client and others gained through... Read more »

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The Legal 500 ranks Bark&co A Leading Tier 1 Firm For White-collar Crime (Fraud) For The 4th Consecutive Year
The “Who’s Who” of the legal world commented: “A ‘first-class’ firm, Bark&co offers an ‘incredibly strong client-care ethos’ and ‘really good tactical and legal advice’. The ‘extremely tactically astute and very savvy’ Giles Bark-Jones leads the group, which represented Andrew Fitch-Holland in relation to libel proceedings concerning match-fixing in professional cricket. Other key clients include... Read more »

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Client faces no further action in relation to alleged computer hacking
Operation Kalmyk The CPS have formally dropped proceedings against our client in relation to a computer hacking investigation. Operation “Kalmyk” is reported to have cost over £3m to pursue and had spanned over four years. The investigation asserted that up to 15 suspects had gained unauthorised access to computer systems. The CPS issued a statement following the decision

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Operation Kestrel
Senior Solicitor Sabrik Dhamu successfully represented a 15-year old defendant who was charged together with six others for the murder of Warren Free in August 2014. The killing is alleged to have followed a dispute with the victim that escalated into a violent attack, involving the use of a metal pole that caused fatal injuries... Read more »

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Privin Corporation Ltd v HMRC
Bark & Co successfully represented a former mobile phone trader in its Appeal in the First Tier Tax Tribunal against HMRC VAT assessments against it of just over £1 million. Further to the VAT assessments HMRC denied the trader the right to input VAT tax on the grounds that the input tax was incurred in... Read more »

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Client accused of handling £286k of stolen goods cleared at Maidstone Crown Court
R v P and others Senior Solicitor Dina Patel acted for a Mr P who was charged with four others with Conspiracy to receive stolen goods following a large investigation dating back to 2013.  It was alleged that the client along with the others, was part of a much wider Organised Crime Group, and worked... Read more »

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Bribery Act Case: Bark&co successful in securing no further action
Giles Bark-Jones and Paul Lennon have been successful in obtaining no further action for a client in a wide scale investigation by The Metropolitan Police into bribery and corruption in the construction industry. This case represents one of the first of its kind brought by a prosecuting authority since the Bribery Act 2010 came into... Read more »

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R v Karahassan and Others – National Crime Agency Drugs Case
In 2013, Mr. K was charged with conspiracy to supply a class A drug following an extensive undercover operation by the National Crime Agency in the UK and abroad. It was alleged that the drugs were being imported from Greece in the back of lorries that were bringing in fruit and vegetables destined for the... Read more »

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R v S & Others – No Evidence Offered
Our client was charged with 3 others with Conspiracy to Commit Fraud by False Representation. The alleged fraud was valued at £700,000 between November 2008 and March 2011. Originally arrested on 11th May 2011 and today at the Old Bailey the Crown offered no evidence against our client. We instructed Kevin Toomey of 2 Bedford... Read more »

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R v M & Others
Senior Solicitor Pat Wilson successfully represented Mrs M who was acquitted on both counts of conspiracy to facilitate a breach of immigration law and using unlicensed security operatives following a retrial at Blackfriars Crown Court. It was alleged that the defendant had conspired – together with five other defendants – in a £6 million-pound scam... Read more »

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R v B
We represented a suspect who was arrested for the historical murder of Melanie Hall in 1996. Her remains were found next to a slip road at junction 14 of the M5 motorway in October 2009 and our client was arrested in November 2013. Following a series of representations to the CPS, the latter decided that... Read more »

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Bark&co represents brokerage manager in relation to LIBOR
Bark&co now are now representing a client in relation to the SFO LIBOR criminal investigations (London Interbank Offered Rate). The SFO allege that a number of banks have colluded in the false reporting of the interest rates that they were actually paying, or that they expected to pay for borrowing from other banks. These inter-bank... Read more »

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Former Charity Chief Executive Cleared of Two Counts of Fraud
Solicitor Aisha Qazi Shamsuddin represented Our client Mr. M has today been found not guilty at Swansea Crown Court of two counts of Fraud and the jury were discharged in relation to a third count, as they failed to reach a verdict. We instructed Peter Griffiths QC and Helen of from 2 Bedford Row. BBC Wales Online

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Evening Standard Interview with our client Gregg Fryett
The Evening Standard interviews our client Mr. Fryett regarding his detention in a Cambodian Jail pending efforts to extradite him back to the UK. Giles Bark-Jones commentated: “Our client has been imprisoned for over a year in the most extreme conditions without sight of a fair trial. We have visited Cambodia to see Gregg and correspond with... Read more »

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Attorney General’s application for increase in sentence of Lewes Gill fails
The Court of Appeal has upheld the original sentence of four years after this matter was referred by the Attorney General. It was accepted in the application by the Attorney General that the defendant expressed remorse, pled guilty at an early stage and that there was no pre-meditation or planning in the offence. Lord Justice... Read more »

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Client cleared in connection with a £24m MTIC fraud
Our client, Mr Bensley, has been cleared of allegations of his involvement in a £24 million missing trader (MTIC) fraud in 2004/2005. Mr Bensley was a director of a company trading in mobile phones and computer equipment, The criminal prosecution followed a civil VAT tribunal investigation by HMRC some years previously. HM Revenue & Customs then... Read more »

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R v W and Others
Solicitor Aisha Qazi Shamsuddin successfully represented Mr W. This case concerns the murder of Danny Gough of Croydon in December 2010. Mr Gough was hacked to death at home by 3 masked men in front of his pregnant wife. It is alleged that this was a revenge attack as part of a vicious feud and... Read more »

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Premiership Footballer Driving Ban Successfully Appealed
Bark&co have today at Norwich Magistrates Court overturned a driving ban imposed on a premiership footballer following an appeal against an allegation of failing to provide information about a driver.

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Stellar cast of lawyers in phone-hacking case
The Legal Gazzette reports “The full list of law firms and barristers acting in the phone-hacking trial that started at the Old Bailey last week reveals a stellar cast. The eight defendants face various charges following the closure of the News Of the World in 2011. All eight deny all charges. More than 20 barristers... Read more »

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Client Acquitted of Money Laundering
Our client was acquitted of a charge of money laundering at the Central Criminal Court (the Old Bailey) on 2nd August 2013 following a 5 week trial with six defendants. Three of the defendants were convicted. Patricia Wilson was lead Solicitor from Bark&co with Counsel Vincenzo Esposito.

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Italian National Acquitted
The firm was instructed to act for an Italian national who was being extradited to the UK.  At that point we attained an assurance from the Home Office that in the event of a conviction and custodial sentence, the client would be returned to Italy to serve any sentence. We secured bail for our client... Read more »

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Tim Whiston Cleared After 7 years
Giles Bark-Jones acted for Mr. Tim Whiston, the former CEO of iSOFT Group plc. The FCA opened an investigation into alleged accounting irregularities at the NHS software provider in late 2006. In 2010 our client was charged along with three other former directors for conspiring to make misleading statements, contrary to section 397 (1)(a) and (2) of the Financial Services and... Read more »

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R v Davies & Others – Client Acquitted
Senior Solicitor Dina Patel acted for Mr Davies who was acquitted yesterday at Bristol Crown Court of all charges against him. The prosecution had alleged that Mr Davies was the controlling mind behind a mortgage fraud conspiracy together with six other defendants. The alleged conspiracy was to obtain mortgages by the supply of false income details... Read more »

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Our client Gregg Fryett in The Independent
Bark&co has been quoted in The Independent regarding the imprisonment of our client, Gregg Fryett, in Cambodia: Independent

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R v Bachu and Others – Prosecution Case Dropped
Bark & Co acted for Miss Bachu who was charged with conspiracy to supply heroin along with 12 other co-defendants following a one year long sting operation by the Bristol & Reading Police. At Bristol Crown Crown Court, following an abuse of process application made by Counsel instructed by Bark & Co Solicitors, the Prosecution were forced... Read more »

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Bark & Co Successfully Appeal HMRC Assessments on £22.7m Alleged Duty & VAT Case
Bark & Co Solicitors representing Mr Gurdip Singh Dhadwal successfully appealed assessments raised by HMRC following their allegations that he was party to an excise duty and VAT fraud totalling £22.7 million. This matter before the First-Tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) and the High Court (Chancery and Administrative) was rejected on all of HMRC’s pleaded grounds and costs were awarded to Mr Dhadwal on an indemnity basis.... Read more »

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Bark & Co’s Response To The Sentencing of Kweku Adoboli
Bark & Co act for Kweku Adoboli who on Tuesday 20 November 2012 was acquitted by a Southwark jury on four counts of false accounting under the Theft Act 1968 and convicted of two counts of fraud by abuse of position under the Fraud Act 2006. Bark & Co first took over Kweku’s instruction when he was remanded to HMP Wandsworth in December 2011. Having... Read more »

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Bark & Co Represent Finance Director of Marrache & Co
Bark & Co has been engaged by Lexicon Legal in the defence of Mr Solomon Marrache, former Finance Director of Marrache & Co, in a criminal proceedings brought in Gibraltar regarding an alleged multi-million pound fraud. He is charged with conspiring with the partners of Marrache & Co – Isaac Marrache and Benjamin Marrache – and with Leanne Turnbull to defraud the clients of Marrache & Co and also Jyske Bank. Marrache & Co... Read more »

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