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Recognition for Excellence in the Legal 500 and Chambers UK

Janes Solicitors are delighted to be once again highly ranked this year in both the Legal 500 and Chambers UK.  All of our Partners have been ranked as exceptional lawyers across Financial Crime, White Collar Crime and Crime.

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The Growing Threat of Cybercrime

A new court to be built in London’s Square Mile will have a primary focus on fraud, economic crime and cybercrime, reflecting the growing threat that cybercrime represents for the UK and the rest of the world.

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NCA Shines Spotlight on Modern Slavery

The National Crime Agency (NCA) recently launched a campaign to tackle modern slavery in the UK, after figures were released suggesting that incidences of this crime are more prevalent than previously thought.

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Revolutionary Changes to Police Bail

The changes brought about to police bail by the Policing and Crime Act 2017 are revolutionary, but have received scant media or academic attention. David Janes considers the new provisions of the Policing and Crime Act 2017 in our Bail Guide here. 

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Corporate Manslaughter… What does it mean and how is it investigated?

As news broke last week that the Metropolitan Police have grounds for suspecting that corporate manslaughter may have been committed by organisations connected with the Grenfell Tower tragedy there will be many that will be asking what that actually means and in what circumstances such charges can be brought…

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