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  1. Proceeds of Crime Act and asset forfeiture – Leading sets
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    • Martin Evans QC - 33 Chancery Lane β€˜An able advocate and adviser, who is strong both in court and in conference.’
    • Gillian Jones QC - Red Lion Chambers β€˜She can always be relied upon to get to grips with detail and complexity.’

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33 Chancery Lane is β€˜unmatched in the field of asset forfeiture and confiscation’. Recent cases include Mark Rainsford QC representing Pamela Rodney, the estranged wife of convicted boiler room fraudster β€˜Lord’ Hugh Rodley; the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) seeks to recover a house which has been in her sole name for over three decades.

6KBW College Hill includes a number of members with Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) expertise. Jonathan Hall QC, for example, represented the CPS in R v Guraj, a Supreme Court case concerning confiscation orders after the prosecution makes procedural errors.

Matrix Chambers’ work in the POCA arena often links with the set’s expertise in cross-border crime and public law. Julian Knowles QC* and Andrew Bodnar represented the defendant company in R v Boyle Transport (Northern Ireland), which concerned the piercing of the corporate veil in asset restraint cases. *Since going to press, Julian Knowles QC has been appointed to the bench.

Three Raymond Buildings’ expertise in this area covers everything from Supreme Court appeals to pre-charge advice. Nicholas Yeo successfully represented the Serious Fraud Office as sole counsel in a case where the wife of a Chadian diplomat unsuccessfully sought to remove a freezing order over the proceeds of a share sale, allegedly linked to corruption in the oil industry.

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