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CORDING HOUSE, 34-35, ST JAMES'S STREET, LONDON, SW1A 4HD, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7930 5100
Fax:
Fax 020 7839 2208
Email:
Web:
www.janes-solicitors.co.uk

James Mullion

Tel:
Work 020 7930 5100
Email:
Janes Solicitors

Work Department

Crime and civil litigation.

Position

James has been a Partner at Janes since 2010. He advises clients on all aspects of fraud and regulatory matters and has a burgeoning fraud practice with both civil and criminal cases.  He has been instructed to advise clients on a major privacy claims, international trust claims and a London Stock Exchange related matter. His impressive criminal practice continues to expand, advising a major witness in the phone hacking civil trial, and a high profile investigation into misappropriation of political funds. Notable cases include Operation Ventford (multi-handed conspiracy to defraud banks with losses in the millions), R v Potter, Johnson & Others (international boiler room fraud).  His corporate clients include a company director being investigated for Iranian crude oil sanction-busting. His civil practice continues to expand: James was instructed on several claims against Mirror Group Newspapers arising from Operation Golding (police investigation into phone hacking) and in a similar claim against News UK Ltd. He is also advising a number of high-profile, high net worth individuals in a major sham trust and asset forfeiture application.

Career

Trained Janes Solicitors; qualified 2005; partner 2010.

Languages

English

Member

Extradition Lawyers Association; Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association.

Education

Harrow; Trinity College, Dublin (BA History); College of Law, London (PGDL; LPC).


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general

Within: Crime: general

Janes Solicitors is 'an excellent firm' where 'a client feels looked after from the moment they walk in the door'. Recent cases have included drugs conspiracies, fraud, sexual assault and murder. The 'innovative and hardworking' Robert Berg leads the team. James Mullion and Alex Mincoff are also recommended.

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