Proceeds of Crime
This group focuses on various specialisms of chambers - Criminal law, Family law, Civil litigation and Chancery & Commercial law - upon the interdisciplinary subject of the proceeds of crime.
This subject now has an unprecedented impact upon all practitioners due to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. Not only criminal law but also family, chancery and civil areas of the law and legal practice will be affected, in matters such as beneficial interests, insolvency, and the tracing of money and assets. The provisions of the Act relating to money laundering will also have serious implications for solicitors, employers and other professionals in their dealings with their clients.
MEMBERS OF THE GROUP: