On 13th October 2021, Eleanor Mawrey and William Dean spoke on prosecutions for fraud and associated matters at a conference attended by investigators from DEFRA Investigation Services (DIS), who investigate suspected criminal offences on behalf of DEFRA’s executive agencies.
Eleanor Mawrey successfully prosecuted Okwudili Chinze and Ahmed Otun for their role in a conspiracy to commit frauds targeted at small firms and charities. The frauds were committed by the sending of cloned emails purporting to be from a person in…
Eleanor Mawrey secures conviction of a serial conman who tricked his girlfriend and others out of more than £100,000, by pretending he was a successful international businessman. He was found guilty of 22 counts of fraud at Snaresbrook Crown Court on 6th…
Eleanor Mawrey successfully prosecuted Elaine Lynch-Harwood who callously defrauded her employers over an 8 year period. Trusted with managing the company accounts, she abused that position by systematically transferring £191k into her own bank account rather than paying it into the…
Eleanor Mawrey successfully prosecutes a £8.8m Money Laundering Regulations 2007 case on behalf of HMRC. Mr Nkiwane had been running a Money Service Business, under the trading name Iron Rod Enterprises in Luton, Beds. The business had transferred almost £8.8m to…
Eleanor Mawrey has been re-elected to sit on the Bar Council for another 3 years following the recent elections. Eleanor falls into the category of Self-employed Juniors over seven years’ Call and sits on the Social Mobility and Equality and Diversity Committee.
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