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Kate McMahon

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Work 020 7583 8392
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Edmonds Marshall McMahon

Work Department

Private prosecutions/white-collar crime.

Position

Director- experienced private prosecutor specialising in complex and serious fraud, money laundering, counterfeit and trade mark offences and regulatory crime.

Career

Senior caseworker SRA, London 2005-06; public prosecutor Department of Public Prosecutions, Brisbane 2007-08; senior prosecution lawyer GLS UK, London 2008-12; partner Edmonds, Marshall, McMahon 2012-todate.

Member

The Law Society; Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association (POCLA); Fraud Lawyers Association (FLA); The Female Fraud Forum; The Fraud Women’s Network; Fraud Advisory Panel; AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers).

Education

Loerto College 1993-97; Queensland University of Technology 1998-2004.


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Fraud: white-collar crime

Within: Fraud: white-collar crime

Committed, client focused and inventive’, Edmonds Marshall McMahon is ‘a nimble boutique firm’ that specialises in private prosecutions. The firm continues to act for Murli Mirchandani in the case of R v Ketan Somaia which relates to confiscation proceedings valued at around £39m. Key practitioner Kate McMahon has ‘sympathy, enthusiasm, experience and sheer dynamism’, she is supported by the ‘wiseAndrew Marshall who has ‘experience and a measured approach’. Tamlyn Edmonds is ‘an experienced prosecutor who constantly seeks innovative ways to pursue cases’. David Jugnarain has ‘a particular strength in research and legal analysis’. Mike Jackson, previously at the SFO, joined as head of investigations.

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