7BR’s Collingwood Thompson QC and David O’Mahony speaking at first Cyprus Bar Association – Bar Council of England and Wales joint conference on 3rd June 2016 in Nicosia, Cyprus.

Held in cooperation between the Bar Council of England and Wales and the Cypriot Bar Association, this is the first joint conference of its kind, taking place at the Hilton hotel, Nicosia.

Topics on the agenda include:-

  • Anti-money laundering and white collar crime – the rise of a compliance era and the importance of litigators to safeguard due process;
  • Comparative analysis of the Brussels recast – issues of jurisdiction and parallel proceedings; Developments in urgent interim relief (Chabra);
  • Registration & Enforcement of judgments in the UK & Cyprus and UK & EU issues in a Cypriot context.

The event brings together leading practitioners from the English and Cypriot jurisdictions to share their knowledge and expertise, and discuss current issues faced by the practice.

Collingwood Thompson QC, Head of 7BR, and David O’Mahony, Head of 7BR Offshore & International, are established experts in the fields of white collar crime and matters in overseas jurisdictions.

7BR’s Offshore & International and Complex Fraud teams comprise of numerous leading silks, alongside established senior juniors and many more junior practitioners who are increasingly instructed, led or alone, on high profile cases. The strength and depth of the team affords Chambers an esteemed reputation in the field and enables us to take on all nature and complexity of cases.

For more information visit the team pages here: Offshore & International and Complex Fraud or contact rmcgurk@7br.co.uk.

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