He is a leading junior in fraud and financial crime cases. He has represented directors and other employees in the most high profile and challenging cases involving multi-million pound conspiracies to defraud.
Featured Fraud cases
R v CS
Leading Junior counsel for a company director acquitted in an alleged fraud concerning £5m of grants obtained from the E.U. Commission and Welsh Government, and a VAT fraud. The companies were alleged to have been traded fraudulently with a view to securing the grants dishonestly.
R v N
Represented a defendant charged with a £10m land banking and carbon credits fraud. A jury acquitted N of allegations of Conspiracy to Defraud following a trial that lasted for more than two months.
R v M
Instructed as led Junior representing a defendant charged with banking and mortgage frauds valued at £4.3m. The Crown claimed that the defendant had obtained loans and mortgages fraudulently from banks and mortgage lenders in order to purchase or re-mortgage a large number of properties.