He has particular expertise and experience in acting for clients in a very wide range of fraud and serious criminal investigations. He represents clients who are under investigation by the Serious and Organised Crime Agency, HM Revenue and Customs and the Serious Fraud Office.
Clients represented by Gary have included professionals in many areas including solicitors, accountants, dentists and company directors. He has significant experience in dealing with matters in other jurisdictions including in the USA; Washington DC, the states of Florida, California and Delaware and in Switzerland, Spain, Israel, Latvia and Australia.
Gary has also represented a number of clients nationwide with significant community profiles charged with serious and sensitive offences requiring the utmost discretion and care.
Gary has worked extensively on matters including international money laundering, contract procurement fraud, regulatory work, fraud from various public bodies, conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud, direct income tax fraud and indirect VAT fraud, internet and computer misuse, copyright infringement and fraud. Gary’s extensive understanding of the confiscation and proceeds of crime regime are key to the experience he brings to a case.
Gary was admitted as a solicitor in 1986 and as a Higher Courts Criminal Advocate in 1999. Gary is accredited as a complex crime and fraud supervisor by the Legal Services Commission.
Gary’s professional approach to case strategy and preparation ensures that the client has the confidence that he or she is in trusted hands from the very start of the case. Gary believes that clients prefer that their cases are handled by experienced lawyers and is committed to ensuring that his clients feel at ease that their case is being prepared with care.