Bark & Co Solicitors London News: Recent Cases

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Description: Bark & Co has been instructed by the former CEO of Polly Peck International (PPI) in an alleged multi-million pound fraud. The client faced 66 counts of Fraud & Theft, but failed to appear in the 1993 trial. Mr Nadir has returned to the UK to fight to clear his name.

The trial is due to commence in January 2012.

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Bark & Co Solicitors London News: Recent Cases

  1. 1. Bark & Co SolicitorsBark & Co Solicitors London News: Recent Cases 1
  2. 2. Description Bark & Co has been instructed by the former CEO of Polly Peck International (PPI) in an alleged multi-million pound fraud. The client faced 66 counts of Fraud & Theft, but failed to appear in the 1993 trial. Mr Nadir has returned to the UK to fight to clear his name. The trial is due to commence in January 2012. Significance: One of the first high profile SFO prosecutions.2Copyright©2010 CompanynameFree template by Investintech PDF Solutions
  3. 3. R v Ravjani & Others • Bark & Co represented a client accused significant involvement in a complex contra- trading MTIC fraud. The alleged fraud was of a scale that prompted the Government to proffer the case as an explanation as to why the UK balance of payments were adrift for a particular year. Unfortunately, reporting restrictions prevent us from publishing the full outcome at this time. 3Copyright©2010 CompanynameFree template by Investintech PDF Solutions
  4. 4. R v X Description: This matter involves an insider trading investigation at a number of banks and hedge funds and other large financial institutions conducted by the FSA and SOCA which Reuters reports has “sent shockwaves through the country’s financial industry”. Significance: This case involves significant press interest and involves the representation of a director at a very high profile financial institution. 4Copyright©2010 CompanynameFree template by Investintech PDF Solutions
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