Following an article by Michael Bowes QC and Oliver Powell of Outer Temple Chambers on "McMafia orders" earlier this year, here Neill Blundell and Max Hobbs of Macfarlanes have joined with Oliver and Alexandra Sidossis (also of Outer Temple Chambers) to examine how the use of Unexplained Wealth Orders has developed during 2018 and, in particular, comment on what can be learned from a recent challenge to the first UWO in the English courts.
Click here to read the latest article "McMafia orders revisited".
Click here to read the original article "McMafia orders".
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