News and Events - Laura Stephenson


2nd Nov 2020Newsletters

2 Hare Court Crime Group Autumn Newsletter

Welcome to the Autumn edition of the Crime Group Newsletter.   Leon Kazakos QC Editor   Editor’s Note Welcome to the Autumn edition of the 2 Hare Court Crime Group Newsletter. In an effort to distract us all from the pandemic and a second lockdown the contributors to this edition have tried not to focus […]

14th Feb 2020News

Business Crime Group Newsletter

Welcome to the Business Crime Group Newsletter   Christopher Coltart QC Editor This latest edition of the 2 Hare Court Business Crime Group newsletter is packed with interesting and relevant updates for practitioners working in this field:   Merry van Woodenberg considers Unexplained Wealth Orders following the recent decision in Hajiyeva v NCA [2020] EWCA […]

4th Dec 2019News

Narita Bahra QC and Laura Stephenson defend in international drug conspiracies prosecuted by The Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency

The Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (‘MHRA’) brought a prosecution which they alleged had a substantial international dimension. It was alleged the client was the UK ringleader of the sophisticated operation. The MHRA is an Executive Agency of the Department of Health responsible for the regulation and control of medicines and medical devices for on […]

15th Nov 2019Newsflash

Now who is lacking insight?

Independent report into NMC’s handling of Morecambe Bay cases finds significant failings At the end of October 2019 Verita published its “Independent audit to review the NMC’s handling of documentation relating to midwives at Furness General Hospital”. The audit exposes a series of record keeping failures, as well as a lack of candour in communication […]

10th May 2019News

Regulatory Crime Spring Newsletter

Welcome to the Spring issue of 2 Hare Court’s Criminal Regulatory Newsletter. In this issue: Nikita McNeill reviews the Sentencing Council’s impact assessment following the introduction of the Definitive Guideline on Health and Safety offences, Corporate Manslaughter and Food Safety and Hygiene offences. Alex Tampakopoulos analyses the guidance from the Court of Appeal in respect […]