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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

Miles Herman

Tel:
Work 020 7387 2032
Email:
Lewis Nedas Law Limited

Work Department

Fraud, regulatory, serious crime.

Position

Director. Conducts full range of criminal and regulatory matters with particular emphasis on serious fraud and serious criminal investigations and enquiries. Defends prosecutions brought by SFO,FCA,CPS Fraud Division and Special Casework and HMRC. Has particular expertise in matters of cybercrime and Insider dealing. Current instructions include acting for a number of individuals on both operation Weeting and Elvedeon. Representing two individuals facing trial for a multimillion pound conspiracy to defraud involving the fraudulent selling of land and diamonds and the laundering of the proceeds and a multi-handed case of the alledged smuggling into the UK of 6 men.

Career

Trained Robin Murray & Co; qualified 1994; partner Lewis Nedas Law Limited 1998, director 2014.

Member

Law Society; SAHCA.

Education

Beal High School; Manchester University (1989); College of Law (1990 LLB Hons).

Leisure

Married with three children. Main interests are Liverpool football club and travelling.


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general

Within: Crime: general

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 ‘hardworking and dedicated'. Unan Choudhury, who heads the East London office, is also recommended.

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