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RadcliffesLeBrasseur

85 FLEET STREET, LONDON, EC4Y 1AE, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7222 7040
Fax:
Fax 020 7222 6208
Email:
Web:
www.rlb-law.com
Cardiff, Leeds, London

Anil Rajani

Tel:
Work 020 7227 6745
Email:
RadcliffesLeBrasseur

Work Department

Commercial Litigation

Position

Anil is a Partner in the Commercial Litigation department, with extensive experience dealing with individuals and organisations in relation to corporate fraud, white collar crime and regulatory matters. Anil represents individuals and corporate bodies facing regulatory and investigatory action from the FCA, OFT, HSE, Environment Agency, Department of BIS, RICS, ACCA and others. He is a specialist in confiscation and restraint proceedings and representing individuals and third party interests under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (PoCA). Anil advises corporate clients in relation to internal investigations and proceedings instituted by regulatory or prosecuting bodies including the SFO, CPS and HMRC. He has experience in dealing with matters from Magistrates Courts through to the Supreme Court. Anil has commented on and written articles about white collar crime and the impact on professionals and corporates and has been interviewed by the media on a number of occasions.

Career

Trained at Booth Bennett, qualifying in 1988. Partner at IBB Solicitors. Partner at Fladgate. Joined RadcliffesLeBrasseur as Partner in 2016.

Languages

Fluent Gujarati speaker and understands Hindi.

Member

Anil is the former treasurer of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association and sits as an Adjudicator for the Complex Crime Unit of the LSC. He is a member of the Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association, Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association, Fraud Lawyers Association and Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers (ARDL).

Education

Wyggeston Boys Grammar School. University of East Anglia (LLB Hons). College of Law Guildford.


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Fraud: white-collar crime

Within: Fraud: white-collar crime

RadcliffesLeBrasseur has ‘a small, but perfectly formed team’ that advises corporate clients in relation to the internal investigations and proceedings instituted by regulatory and prosecuting bodies such as the SFO, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), FCA and HMRC. It has recently advised on cases of breach of fiduciary duty and money laundering. Nigel West  heads the team, supported by Anil Rajani who is ‘a most effective and bright lawyer who thinks strategically with the end result always in mind’. Rajani has ‘decades of experience in this field and a stellar reputation’. Stuart Lindley is also recommended.

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