Rupert acts for defendants and claimants in all aspects of criminal law with an emphasis on fraud, in proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, in condemnation proceedings and other proceedings under the Customs & Excise Management Acts, in human rights and public law, extradition, and in sports law including contractual disputes, disciplinary tribunals and arbitrations. Rupert has particular expertise in challenging the legality of arrest and detention, and search and seizure and is accredited to accept instructions via the direct public access scheme and is a Registered Lawyer under The FA Football Agents Regulations. He is also on the approved list of counsel for the Falkland Islands.
Rupert is involved in a public law challenge to the pre-charge detention regime in terrorist cases. The case is now before the European Court of Human Rights. (Click here)
Consultant on the College of Law DVD "Financial sanctions, bribery and corruption" released 2009.
Consultant on the report "Silence on Violence: Improving the Safety of Women" (March 2011) prepared by the Greater London Authority. More>
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