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White Collar Crime Defence 2014 Legal 500 Recognition

Bankside Law achieve recognition in the 2014 Legal 500 specialist section for Fraud:White Collar Crime, see http://www.legal500.com/c/london/crime-fraud-and-licensing/fraud-white-collar-crime with recommendations also for John Williams and Bill Wilson. John Williams is also listed as a leading individual in this field http://www.legal500.com/c/london/crime-fraud-and-licensing/fraud-white-collar-crime#table_1721

I'll huff and I'll puff

and I'll blow your house down

This piece of contemporary art in the form of a Wax House has appeared opposite our office in Bankside. It is called "A pound of Flesh for 50p" by Alex Chinneck. It is a full-sized two storey house made from 8,000 wax bricks that will melt into the ground over 30 days. Here it is after about 7 days.You can see how it has been dripping at the top of the building. It celebrates the history of an old candle making factory which was based in Bankside a couple of centuries ago. We'll post further pictures to see how hard Mr Woolf has been blowing in due course.It comes to you courtesy of "Merge Festival" which celebrates the contemporary culture and rich heritage of Bankside and is brought to you by Illuminate Productions, Better Bankside and Tate Modern. mergefestifal.coluk


General Chiropractic Council Offers No Evidence

The GCC have taken the decision to offer no evidence against our client, despite the Investigating Committee finding that there was a case to answer and referring the matter to the Professional Conduct Committee. 

The decision was taken after the GCC obtained expert opinion in relation to the allegations that had been referred.

Unlike many other regulators, the GCC's current rules mean that the matter still needs to go before the 'PCC' for a final determination.  If the recommendations of the Law Commission are implemented, then the matter can be disposed off without the need for such unnecessary hearings (recommendation 76).  To read more about the proposed changes, click here