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 […]

P&P donates £90,000 of laptops to support online learning

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We are very pleased to announce that Peters & Peters has donated laptops worth £90,000 to students at two inner London schools, Brampton Manor Academy in Newham and Lilian Baylis Technology in Kennington, working with social mobility charity Access Aspiration. This is the latest in a series of steps we’ve taken to support these schools, […]

Anna Bradshaw appointed RUSI Associate Fellow

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We are excited to announce that sanctions expert Anna Bradshaw has been appointed by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) as an Associate Fellow of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS) programme. Anna will be using her sanctions expertise to assist with CFCS research on the design and implementation of sanctions by […]

Peters & Peters successfully secures deletion of cross-border criminal conviction from the Police National Computer and European Criminal Records Information System

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Peters & Peters have successfully secured the deletion of a high-profile French criminal conviction relating to our client from the Police National Computer (PNC) and the European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS), in a notable departure from UK criminal record retention policies.   The law on removing convictions in the UK is often complex, and […]

P&P Access Aspiration Online Insight Day

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Last week, 27 students from 7 schools across London joined us for our first ever online P&P Insight Day, in partnership with Access Aspiration. Students listened to firm and industry insights during a talk and Q&A with our Managing Partner, Business Crime Partner, Civil Of Counsel and Head of HR. The questions explored moral dilemmas, […]

Peters & Peters involved in one of the most anticipated litigation cases of 2021 according to The Lawyer

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Peters & Peters are to be involved in one of the most anticipated litigation cases for 2021 according to the recent The Top 20 Cases of 2021 article by The Lawyer. Instructed by the claimants The Secretary of State for Health and the NHS Business Services Authority in its ongoing case against Servier Laboratories, the […]

Dunn family appoints P&P’s Nick Vamos to support the prosecution of Anne Sacoolas #justice4harry

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The Dunn family have today announced the appointment of our partner Nick Vamos and former Head of Extradition at the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)  to their legal team as part of their search for #Justice4Harry following their son Harry’s tragic passing in a road accident. Nick Vamos’ appointment comes as the Dunn family intensifies efforts […]

Peters & Peters are delighted to announce the launch of our new Extradition Law and INTERPOL site

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This is a free to use service for all those who would like to keep up to date throughout 2021 and beyond on key developments and insights, procedures and cases relating to extradition, INTERPOL and mutual legal assistance. Authored by Partners Jasvinder Nakhwal and Nick Vamos, both of whom have extensive experience and expertise in […]

P&P “MOVEmber campaign” success

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Following the success of our “MOVEmber campaign”, where we raised a total of £5,905 for our chosen charity – St Matthew’s project by collectively running, walking and cycling, the founder of the charity Lee has expressed his gratitude by saying, “On behalf of everyone at SMP, I’d just like to say how overwhelmed we’ve been […]

Are onions and potatoes some of the new ways to launder money? Anna Bradshaw provides some insight on trade-based money laundering to the Financial Times

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A new report from the Financial Action Task Force has cited an increase in cases where trade-based money laundering has occurred, including the use of everyday items like onions, potatoes and soft fruit. Our own Anna Bradshaw explains that “In most jurisdictions, you may be on the hook if you fail to take steps to […]