Posts by Deepak Vij

EncroChat Acquittal

Article by Deepak Vij and Rohit Sharma R v S & Oths – Operation Salesperson & Operation Soku – Snaresbrook Crown Court  Deepak Vij, Partner and Rohit Sharma, Senior Solicitor of the Fraud and Complex Crime department at ABV Solicitors successfully obtain an acquittal on a large Conspiracy to Import Class A drug case concerning…

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Bounce Back Loans Fraud


Article by: Deepak Vij, Partner at ABV Solicitors Bounce Back Loans Scheme (BBLS) Fraud ABV Solicitors are currently advising and representing a number of suspects in respect of alleged fraudulent applications for Bounce Back Loans. The NCA (The National Crime Agency), working in conjunction with NATIS (The National Investigation Service) and other law enforcement agencies…

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EncroChat Phones – Hacked

Deepak Vij, Partner at ABV Solicitors, discusses the events so far in an Article and with the Mail Online following raids carried out by the NCA and the Met Police.    

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Encrochat Phones Hacked

Article by: Deepak Vij In June 2020, it is believed that the National Crime Agency (NCA) and other international law enforcement agencies including Europol have successfully hacked into the Encrochat encrypted phones culminating in a large scale and coordinated operation across Europe resulting in a wave of arrests of many suspects involved in serious and…

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COVID-19 and Prisons. Is there a way out for vulnerable prisoners?

Justice scales

Article by: Deepak Vij and Katherine Higgs As the ongoing panic about the spread of COVID-19 continues across the globe many people are working from home and self-isolating with friends and family. Perversely ‘isolation’ is playing out rather differently inside UK prisons. The virus is spreading at an alarming rate, with 247,806 confirmed cases in…

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The Bribery Act: Commercial Organisations

City of London

Article by: Deepak Vij and Taimoor Tarafdar. On 1st July 2011 the Bribery Act 2010 came into force. Under section 7 of the Act a company is liable to prosecution if any associated person engages in bribery, unless the company can show that it had in place adequate procedures to prevent such conduct. But what…

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