Notable Cases

Mandip Kumar’s Notable Cases

Notable Cases in 2023:

R -v- AUH and Others - [2023] EWCA Crim 6:  Serious Fraud case.  Instructed 3 Silks on the same case / different issues.  Attended as junior at CA with Kings Counsel.  Also, dealt with the Law Society to support our legal submissions. 2023_EWCA_Crim_6

R v X:  Business Owner subject to Account Freezing Orders.

Advising Solicitors Firm subject to SRA investigation.

R v X:  professional client charged with causing death by dangerous driving x 2.

R v X:  advising company director subject to historic sexual allegations.

R v X:  advising professional client charged with sexual allegations.

Notable Cases in 2022:

R -v- AUH and Others - [2022] EWCA Crim 1113:  Part 1 of above appeal; Serious Fraud case.  Instructed 3 Silks on the same case / different issues. [2022] EWCA Crim 1113

R v X:  representing client subject to criminal fraud allegations.  Instructed 3 Silks at Preparatory hearing at Crown Court.

Represented former police officer at inquest (previously subject to criminal allegations of manslaughter).

R v X:  advised company director subject to serious fraud and money laundering allegations. 

Represented Consultant Doctor subject to allegations of dishonesty by the GMC.

Notable Cases in 2021:

R v X:  company director subject to trading standards prosecution for conspiracy to defraud allegations. 

R v X:  represented police officer subject to on duty allegation and criminal prosecution at the Crown Court for dangerous driving and causing serious injury to other person.

Advised Law Firm and all directors in relation to an SRA prosecution. 

Represented 12 officers at Inquest where allegations of excess force causing or contributing to death of detainee were made.

Notable Cases in 2020

Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police & Ors v Dyer & Ors [2020] EWCA Civ 1375

The Court of Appeal allowed an appeal by the Chief Constable and Police Federation, against the decision of the Administrative Court.  It reinstated a coroner’s decision to screen police officers from family members of the deceased at a pending inquest. The judgment provides important guidance as to the balance between the requirements of open justice and witness protection.

Court of Appeal: Advising and Representation of 12 officers, issue relates to giving evidence behind screens in high profile inquest. Matter dealt with at the coroners court, then High Court, and now pending appeal to the Court of Appeal.

Court of Appeal: advising professional client regarding appeal against sentence in relation to sexual offences.

R v X: Crown Court, representation of Police officer charged with 15 other defendants.

R v X: business owner, investigation for financial crime, alleged money laundering.

R v X: company director, investigation for fraud.

Post Incident Procedure, police pursuit.

Notable Cases in 2019

High Court: Advising and Representation of 12 officers at Inquest, Coroners court. Dealing with judicial review instigated by lawyers for the family at the High Court in relation to officers giving evidence behind screens. Working with senior counsel.

High Court: Advising Police officer in relation to JR instigated by the complainant and supported by the IOPC regarding their own decision was wrong. Working with QC.

R v X: Crown Court. Successfully persuaded the CPS to dismiss the criminal charge of police corruption at the Crown Court.

R v X: advising deputy CEO, advice regarding international and English criminal law, Interpol red notices, legal jurisdictional issues, working with General Counsel and other lawyers representing the CEO.

R v X & 2 others: all three were serving police officers at time of relevant incident, charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. First trial hung jury. Second trial client convicted but avoided custodial sentence.

Advising Solicitor investigated by the SRA. Working with QC.

Advising regulated professional client investigated by regulator for financial wrong doing.

R v X: company director charged with assault caught on cctv. Persuaded CPS to offer no evidence on day of trial.

R v X: defence of professional charged with drink driving, incident caught on cctv. Persuaded CPS to offer no evidence.

R v X: company director charged with failing to provide breath specimen to the police. Successfully applied for the case to be dismissed on day of trial.

R v X: representation of professional charged with sexual offences.

R v X: representation of client charged with conspiracy to supply drugs with numerous other defendants

Notable Cases in 2018

Judicial Review against decision of Police Appeal Tribunal: The Queen on the application of [Officer] v PAT and CC of West Yorkshire Police [2018] EWHC 190 (Admin). Leading authority on the interpretation of the Police Appeal Tribunal Rules:

  • calling of fresh evidence under the PAT Rules;
  • Ladd v Marshall test regarding fresh evidence does not apply to PAT hearings;
  • Disclosure can be sought prior to the Rule 11 ruling.

Supreme Court 2018: Advising Law Firm against the decision made by the Court of Appeal and regulatory matters. Instructed after the Court of Appeal Judgement.

IOPC and Police Force: advising Police officer in relation to serious criminal allegation and issues relating to Judicial Review of decisions made by the IOPC and the Police Force.

Advising Police officer subject to a criminal trial for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with others. Lead role in legal arguments that lasted 2 weeks.

FCA criminal investigation: advising Company with international presence and Board of Directors in relation to regulated activity.

FCA criminal investigation: advising company and Director in relation to regulated activity

Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC) fitness to practise investigation: advising Nurse subject to NMC investigation. Successfully persuaded NMC to take no further action.
Regulatory advice to Solicitor in relation to request from National Crime Agency and issues relating to Legal Professional Privilege.

Representation of Businessman in relation to criminal allegations of historic sexual abuse. Despite previous reported allegations to the Police, successfully dealt with the investigation that resulted in no further action.

Advising Director in relation to complex HMRC tax investigation matters.

Notable Cases in 2017

R v X: most serious police corruption case in West Yorkshire involving a Police Inspector – Crown court trial

R v X: conspiracy to pervert the course of justice – ongoing

R v X: serious fraud case, complex POCA issues – ongoing

X: Police discipline case, senior officer accused of racist and sexist conduct, over 100 witnesses and very complex medical evidence – officer replaced original legal team with Precedence Law - kept his job

R v X: allegations of perverting the course of justice, misconduct in a public office – ongoing

R v X: major corruption case - ongoing

R v X: Professional subject to serious sexual criminal allegation – ongoing

R v X: Professional subject to historic sexual criminal allegations - ongoing

X: High Court: Judicial Review case involving challenge to Professional Tribunal – ongoing

X: IPCC investigation into police contact death case – ongoing

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