“The Use of Non-Conviction Based Seizure and Confiscation”, a paper authored by Jonathan Fisher QC, Anita Clifford and Rachel Clark of Bright Line Law, has been published by the Council of Europe. The paper discusses the international landscape of non-conviction based confiscation, together with its benefits and challenges, compatibility with Convention rights and key components.
Jonathan Fisher QC is ranked in Band 1 by the legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers UK for POCA and Asset Forfeiture and Financial Crime work. He is the founder and Lead Counsel of Bright Line Law which specialises in POCA and money laundering, economic sanctions and tax investigations.
Anita Clifford is ranked by Chambers UK as an ‘Up and Coming’ junior barrister for Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) and Asset Forfeiture work and as a leading junior by the Legal 500.
Rachel Clark has experience advising on forfeiture matters, particularly those involving a tax element.
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