Jonathan Tickner

Peters & Peters in ‘Top cases for 2022’ for celebrity film tax case

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Peters & Peters’ Head of Fraud and Civil Disputes Jonathan Tickner and Of Counsel Paul Johnson are named in The Lawyer’s Top Cases of 2022 for their role acting for 125 individuals – including numerous celebrities, footballers and other sports stars – in a film financing dispute. Our clients claim fraud and misrepresentation by Ingenious […]

Advisers and Trustees – risk and fraud awareness

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While the full extent of the fallout from covid-19 on the global economy is yet to be seen, history has shown that recessions often uncover and act as a catalyst for fraud. This, coupled with the fact that past economic downturns have shown us that those negatively impacted by portfolio losses will scrutinise the actions […]

Do the courts favour the party with the largest pile of chips?

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The English Courts have expressly stated that “it is a principle of our law that every citizen has a right of unimpeded access to a court”. This is supplemented by the right to a fair hearing enshrined in article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights. Readers will be aware of the key role […]

Nick Vamos quoted extensively in the media on Julian Assange extradition hearing

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The U.S. government has won its appeal to extradite Julian Assange, but this may not be the end of the U.K. legal proceedings. Nick Vamos is quoted extensively in print and news media discussing how the next steps in the process are uncertain and legally complex as Mr Assange has now appealed to the Supreme […]

Lawyers and the limits of free speech. Kerri McGuigan discusses

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The recent ruling of US district judge Linda Parker in King v Whitmer is a scathing indictment of the behaviour of the attorneys who led former president Donald Trump’s ‘legal’ attacks on last November’s election. The judgment concludes that the challenges were brought in bad faith and for an improper purpose. It ends with the imposition of […]

C5 London Forum on Global Economic Sanctions – Anna Bradshaw speaking

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We are pleased to share that sanctions expert Anna Bradshaw will be speaking at the C5 London forum on global economic sanctions taking place in London on Thursday November 18 2021.   Anna will be speaking on the topic of OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) Guidance: Ransomware and virtual currency.   Book your place […]

Helen McDowell

Charity bike ride: target smashed

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We are excited to share that Peters & Peters will be taking part in a sponsored bike ride on the 24th and 25th of November 2021. We will be cycling a distance of 240 miles in the office (the equivalent of London to Paris) while raising money for our chosen charity – St Matthew’s Project, […]

ABA 2021 Antitrust Global seminar series

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We are pleased to share that Jasvinder Nakhwal will be speaking at the ABA Antitrust law section taking place on November 17th 2021 in London. Jasvinder will be joining the panel discussion on “the world of cartels in 2021”, which will be a discussion on a new era for cartel enforcement in the UK. The […]

Emma Ruane

Peters & Peters promotes Emma Ruane to Partner from 1 November 2021

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Today, we announce the promotion of commercial disputes expert Emma Ruane to partner, effective 1 November 2021.Emma Ruane has particular experience in high value, multi-jurisdictional civil fraud and competition litigation. Emma trained with the firm, qualifying into its civil fraud and commercial disputes team in 2010. Since then, she has worked on some of the […]

Julian Assange extradition hearing: Nick Vamos quoted extensively in world media

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Nick Vamos says that the main question for the court is whether the US government has now given satisfactory assurances about the conditions in which Mr Assange would be detained which would address his risk of suicide. The fact that the US has provided specific assurances is rare and shows the importance it attaches to […]