Serious Fraud


There has been a consistent increase in the incidence of prosecutions relating to business crime, economic crime, money laundering, and organised crime involving investigations in the UK and internationally.

EBR Attridge LLP are located throughout London and specialise in business crime, fraud, and regulatory offences. We have specialist defence practitioners with experience in defending an extensive range of fraud related matters. We advise individuals and companies on:

  • Advance fee fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Benefit fraud
  • Conspiracy to defraud
  • Corruption and bribery
  • Company Act offences
  • Computer linked fraud
  • Counterfeit good and trading standards
  • HM Customs & Revenue related fraud and VAT ( false claims , evasion , theft)
  • Immigration fraud
  • Insolvency Act offences
  • Investment frauds ( Ponzi schemes ; boiler room fraud ; recovery room fraud)
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Share fraud
  • Money laundering
  • White collar crime

At EBR Attridge our specialist team of solicitors are versed in dealing in serious fraud and have represented and continue to act in some of the most complex and high profile criminal prosecutions brought in relation to this ever changing and developing area of crime.

If you are being investigated or prosecuted, please make an appointment to see one of our specialist fraud Solicitors who can attend upon you by telephone, face-to-face or online.

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Latest news

Alexa – Witness for the Prosecution?

 14th Nov 2018

Alexa – Witness for the Prosecution?     On 29th January 2017, Christine Sullivan and her housemate were found murdered in Farmington, New Hampshire. Their bodies were discovered by the house owner, De... Read more

Organised Crime, Are you part of it?

 5th Jul 2018

Participating in Organised Crime   Section 45 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 makes it is an offence to participate in the activities of an organised crime group, this is a new offence created by the 2015 legislatio... Read more

But i had no choice!

 18th May 2018

But I had no choice!   There is a defence in law known as necessity or duress of circumstances. It can be very difficult to demonstrate and will only apply in unusual and extreme circumstances. It is used to descr... Read more

Latest case studies

Conspiracy to Steal

 Dec 2016

R v Y and Ors [2014] Southwark Crown Court-The defendant was charged with Conspiracy to steal and was one in a series of trials involving the organised and systematic attack on national banking houses by use of KVM device technology. The defendant along with others was alleged to have been part of a team that systematically attacked, by w... Read more
R v C and Ors (2015) Croydon Crown Court-The defendant was lead defendant and one of four eventually charged with Conspiracy to Defraud and facilitating unlawful entry into the UK. This was as a result of a large scale ‘whistle blowing’ operation where the Directors of the companies alongside external accountants were accused... Read more