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James qualified as a solicitor in 2005 and became a Partner at Janes Solicitors in 2010. He has an impressive criminal practice which continues to expand, dealing with all aspects of fraud litigation and regulatory matters. James also has a burgeoning civil practice, including advising clients on major litigation surrounding breach of p...rivacy claims and a London Stock Exchange related matter. More

STATEMENT BY JANES SOLICITORS ON BEHALF OF ANNA SHAPIRO

There has been some media speculation that our client may have participated in an elaborate hoax as regards her fear of her husband’s poisoning at Prezzo Restaurant on Sunday 16th September and its possible cause. 

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Trump & Iran Sanctions

IS THE UNILATERAL WITHDRAWAL OF THE USA FROM THE JOINT AGREEMENT OVER IRAN A CASE OF THE BARK BEING WORSE THAN THE BITE?

Commentary by James Mullion

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Blood on the Page

James Mullion reviews the book on the Wang Yam case featuring Janes Solicitors.  The book has been released to widespread acclaim. Read our own review here:

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The Informed Juror

“Will juror number 1 stand … Please place your hand on the bible and read as follows”. Number 1 is a man in his late ‘60s. Bald and white. A local man, probably retired. Prepared for the worst, he bought a packed lunch to Court. He wears a natty short sleeve shirt, black creased trousers and clunky shoes. “I swear by almighty God that I will faithfully try the Defendant and give a true verdict according to the evidence.”

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