Ivan Krolick Ivan Krolick, from Lamb Building, is a leader in his field having developed a phenomenal practice initially in Chancery and common law but more recently has earned himself an enviable reputation in the criminal field and most notably since 1996, following his successful appeal to the House of Lords in R-v-Preddy. Ivan is often instructed to defend in substantial criminal matters, especially in white collar crime and Proceeds of Crime. He has often conducted successful appeals to the Court of Appeal and House of Lords, including cases in which he was not instructed at first instance, usually in cases alleging conspiracy, fraud, corruption or money laundering, and often involving complex or novel issues of law. His first Supreme Court case (R -v- Waya), in which he appeared as leading counsel for the successful appellant, has been described as an important and difficult case, which has changed the law and practice of confiscation proceedings in favour of the defence. His recent trials have included: conspiracy, mortgage frauds; terrorism (in which he achieved the acquittal of a defendant charged in connection with the attempted bombings of 21st July 2005); money laundering; and civil recovery under Part 5 Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. He is often brought in as specialist leading counsel to conduct confiscation proceedings after defendants have been convicted when represented by other counsel. He often appears for solicitors and other professionals in disciplinary proceedings, and appeals to the Administrative Court.
The list of notable cases of which Ivan is associated is too long to note here!
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