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Best-In-Class SFO Investigation & Serious Crime Defence Solicitors, Bark & Co Law Firm | Bribery & Corruption Deferred Protection Agreement (DPA)

Giles Bark-Jones and Maria Stalbow of Bark&co acted for a suspect who was investigated for 3 years by the SFO in relation a major bribery and corruption matter. The allegations dated back to between 1996 to 2004 and are said to have taken place in multiple jurisdictions including Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, India and Brazil…. Read more »

Top-rated London criminal fraud defence solicitors win acquittal in SFO case for N Cyprus Prime Minister

SFO v Ersin Tatar Ersin Tatar is a Turkish politician currently serving as the Prime Minister of Northern Cyprus. We represented him in relation to an investigation by the SFO in connection with the Polly Peck case (dating back to 1987 and involving CEO Asil Nadir, who faced 66 counts of theft in the original… Read more »

Bark&co act in another SFO prosecution

Bark&co 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 Limited. Serious Fraud… Read more »

LIBOR – SFO prosecution

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 January… Read more »

R v Asil Nadir – Fraud

Bark&co represented Asil Nadir in relation to historic allegations of theft from the company of which he had formerly been CEO, Polly Peck International.  Following previous unsuccessful attempts by other firms to secure an agreement that Mr Nadir would be granted bail during the course of his trial, Mr Nadir returned to the UK in… Read more »

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