The Republic of Mozambique and the $2 billion tuna bond scandal

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P&P now a proud member of the Legal Sustainability Alliance and signatory of the Legal Renewables Initiative

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We are very pleased to announce that Peters & Peters is now a proud member of the Legal Sustainability Alliance (LSA) – the leading sustainability network for law firms and the UK Legal sector. Our membership allows us to collaborate and share best practice with other member firms, taking positive steps to improve the environmental […]

Peters & Peters ranked in Band 1 for Financial Crime: High Net Worth Individuals by Chambers & Partners

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We’ve been representing high net worth and prominent people in financial crime cases since 1938. We’re busier than ever, so in 2021 it’s good to see our work being recognised in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide. We’ve been ranked in Band 1 for the quality, complexity and value of our work for HNWI and […]

Changing the game…leading the way!

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Our Business Crime Department Associate, Dr Debbie Sayers, was delighted to be invited to speak at two key children’s international coaching events over the last week. Debbie has a PhD in Human Rights Law and, in addition to being a solicitor, she is an experienced youth football coach and recognised leader in the field of […]

Successful quashing of Red Notice for high-profile businessperson

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Following detailed and lengthy submissions from Peters and Peters over a period of months, the Commission for Control of INTERPOL’s Files, at its 117th session, has quashed a Red Notice issued at the request of the United Arab Emirates against our client, a high-profile businessperson involved in a complex, long-running, multimillion-pound commercial dispute. INTERPOL agreed […]

Peters & Peters in “possibly largest ever” magistrates’ costs award in attempted private prosecution

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Peters & Peters on 8 June 2021 secured a significant costs award against a would-be private prosecutor in an application in the Westminster Magistrates’ Court. The judge said this award was proportionate even though he had remarked during the hearing that the total amount claimed in costs was possibly the largest ever made in the […]

Head of International Keith Oliver chairs IBA litigation virtual spring event

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Keith Oliver chaired the IBA litigation webinar (one of this Spring’s series in place of the planned live event in Buenos Aires) on Tuesday 11th of May 2021. This highly entertaining and informative session debated several of the reputational and class action litigation challenges arising from corporate scandals and ongoing international crises and featured leading practitioners […]

Who’s Who Legal : Investigations 2021 – P&P’s Anna Bradshaw recognised as ‘Future leader’

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We are delighted to announce that our partner Anna Bradshaw has been recognised as a ‘Future leader’ in the 2021 edition of Who’s Who Legal (WWL) : Investigations. This is testament to Anna’s wealth of experience in the Investigations space. Read more

Peters & Peters and Myanmar

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We act on behalf of His Excellency Kyaw Z Minn, Myanmar’s UK Ambassador. His Excellency does not and will not recognise those responsible for the internationally condemned military coup in Myanmar as the legitimate Government of Myanmar. It is His Excellency’s view that those purporting to demand the residence (which is legally owned by the […]

Peters & Peters successful in quashing private prosecution

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On 19 April 2021, a district judge of the Westminster Magistrates’ Court issued a ruling quashing a summons which had been granted against our client for, allegedly, attempting to pervert the course of public justice. These allegations arose in the context of ongoing complex civil proceedings in the English High Court. Following robust submissions made […]