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Work 020 7930 5100
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Fax 020 7839 2208
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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 noted for its ‘thorough, robust and thoughtful approach’. The firm advises on a wide range of serious criminal matters. Robert Berg heads the team and is ‘an impeccable solicitor with a razor-sharp and incisive mind’. James Mullion shows ‘considerable expertise and good judgement’.

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