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Sean Larkin QC
Sean Larkin QC provides specialist advice and advocacy at all stages of criminal and regulatory proceedings, with a particular emphasis on financial and serious crime, regulatory or disciplinary breaches by individuals (particularly professionals) and companies. He is described as ‘incredibly bright and industrious’ and ‘absolutely superb’. Nominated for Crime Silk of the Year (Legal 500 2017) Professional Discipline Silk of the Year (Chambers UK 2017) and, he was also Times Lawyer Of The Week following his appearance in the Supreme Court in the landmark case on the definition of terrorism.
Recent cases include: advising corporate entities, directors and other professionals facing allegations of bribery, fraud and regulatory breaches; Operation Amazon (defending a CEO in largest e-disclosure case), Operation Cotton (prosecution of FCA’s largest case), defending a trader in Euribor, providing advice in Barclays-Qatar investigation, defence of a Dr accused of sexually assaulting patients over a period of years; several cases of serious violence, sexual assault and terrorism; Dr Pandya (GP accused of FGM), advising other healthcare professionals facing allegations of misconduct; Operation Vaulter (defending director accused of laundering £900m), defence of a former CEO for £52m pension fraud; defence of company for workplace death.
Sean’s experience includes: advising, pre-charge through to representation or prosecution at trial, a variety of professionals (including lawyers, doctors, dentists, police officers, directors, IFAs, accountants and insolvency practitioners) in a wide variety of criminal, regulatory and disciplinary offences. He regularly speaks at conferences and conducts training sessions on a variety of legal topics. More information at www.qebhw.co.uk
Called 1987. Silk 2010
CBA, ARDL, FSLA, HSLA, Justice
Salesian College; Queen Mary College, University of London; Law.