Jonathan Fisher QC has advised two leading firms of solicitors on the discharge of their anti-money laundering obligations under Part 7 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Bright Line Law has successfully resisted an application made by the National Crime Agency to appeal against a costs order made in favour of BLL’s clients after a cash forfeiture had been quashed on appeal to the Crown Court. Jonathan Fisher, leading Anita Clifford, represented the clients.
Anita Clifford has been instructed to advise a company on the law and practice relating to the making of a deferred prosecution agreement in a case involving high-level (alleged) corruption.
Rachel Clark has been advising a firm of West End estate agents on various questions arising in connection with their anti-money laundering responsibilities under the Money Laundering Regulations 2017.
Jonathan Fisher QC has given expert evidence in international arbitration proceedings on the significance of red flags in an alleged bribery and corruption case associated with SFO attention in the UK. Anita Clifford provided case support.