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Lewis Nedas Law Limited

24 CAMDEN HIGH STREET, LONDON, NW1 0JH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7387 2032
Fax:
Fax 020 7388 6575
DX:
57056 CAMDEN TOWN
Email:
Web:
www.lewisnedas.co.uk
London EC4A, London NW1

London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general
Crime: general - ranked: tier 2

Lewis Nedas Law Limited

Lewis Nedas Law Limited¬†provides 'sound and professional advice' on matters of people trafficking, fraud, murder, money laundering, sexual offences, cyber crime and drugs conspiracies. Practice head Jeffrey Lewis¬†is 'a fantastic tactical litigator'. Key individuals include¬†Siobhain Egan, who 'excels at putting clients at their ease', and Miles Herman,¬†who is ‚Äėhardworking and dedicated'. Unan Choudhury, who heads the East London office, is also recommended.

Practice head(s):Jeffrey Lewis

Other key lawyers:Siobhain Egan; Miles Herman; Unan Choudhury

Testimonials

'A hardworking and tactically astute team'.

'Jeffrey Lewis is an inspirational lawyer'.

'Siobhain Egan is extremely experienced, dynamic and diligent; she always goes the extra mile to assist her clients and is fearless in representing them'.

'Miles Herman is a star performer; if there is a weakness in an opponent's case, he will find it'.

'Unan Choudhury is a passionate fighter for his clients'.

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Fraud: white-collar crime
Fraud: white-collar crime - ranked: tier 3

Lewis Nedas Law Limited

Lewis Nedas Law Limited¬†acts in cases of fraud, business crime and regulatory matters. Areas of expertise include cyber-crime, proceeds of crime allegations, money laundering, VAT enquiries, umbrella frauds, false accounting, tax evasion and firm tax avoidance schemes. Clients include company directors, finance professionals, accountants and solicitors. The firm regularly defends against investigations by the SFO, HMRC, NCA and¬† the FCA. The ‚Äėhighly intelligent and results-driven‚Äô Jeffrey Lewis¬†heads the team.

Practice head(s):Jeffrey Lewis

Other key lawyers:Miles Herman; Siobhain Egan; Keith Wood; Unan Choudhury

Testimonials

‘Exceptional service for a team based out of the City’. 

‘There is a heavy focus on client care and ensuring that advice and support is always available’.  

‘Siobhan Egan has exceptional client care skills’.

‘The solicitors and staff are very well-versed in dealing with even the most complex and voluminous fraud cases and are extremely dedicated and meticulous in their preparation and presentation’.

‘They are professional and approachable and are available 24 hours a day to assist’.

‘Jeffrey Lewis is approachable and very pleasant and extremely analytical’.

'Jeffrey Lewis is highly intelligent; up to date and results driven. He has the details of the case at his finger tips.'

'Siobhain Egan is exceptional in her knowledge and ability in dealing with serious fraud cases. She is meticulous in her preparation and presentation of her client's case. She is extremely diligent and her dedication is far more than that which is normally associated with fraud lawyers. She has a vast knowledge of the law and is analytical, and knows her cases inside out. She stands out in her approach to client care and in her ability to negotiate and broker advantageous deals with opponents. She is tough but fair and very supportive of her clients. I would wholeheartedly recommend her in her specialist field of white collar crime.'

'Jeffrey Lewis is regularly instructed in serious fraud cases both here and abroad. His vast experience and depth of knowledge make him stand out from other fraud lawyers as being the one to go to. He is approachable and very pleasant. He is heads above other major competitors as he is extremely analytical and able in giving advice both legally and practically. He is willing to go the extra mile for his clients.'

Work highlights

  • Represented a client in an NCA Prosecution involving highly complex organised money laundering which was further laundered through a diamond business in Israel, Holland and Belgium.
  • Acted for a defendant  acquitted of a multimillion pound charity fraud.

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