Updated on Tuesday 02nd March 2021

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We present you a few of the press articles posted around the world, with information about our team of solicitors:

01. Here's how you can obtain legal representation if you've been accused of serious physical harm

"An offence where physical harm has been done and where a person has deceased is considered severe and it is punished in accordance with the rules and regulations in the UK, where the criminal can receive 10 to 14 years imprisonment. For a better understanding of your rights in this matter, the defence solicitors in London can provide you with legal support, starting from police custody and ending in the court of law in front of magistrates."

02. How is DNA evidence used in a UK court of law? Here's everything you need to know

"Having only been used since 1985, it is hard to believe that DNA evidence has come so far so fast. Since then, DNA evidence has played a significant role in the UK's criminal justice system, being used to prove that suspects were involved in crimes and to free people who were wrongly convicted. The criminal justice system in the UK considers DNA evidence in any cases where crimes are involved. Solving cases with DNA evidence is not unusual for the police in the UK, but the ways in which the proof is analyzed will make the difference in solving a crime."

03. Cyber attack is now a case of ‘when’ and not ‘if’ for UK CEOs

"Four in 10 UK CEOs believe becoming a victim of a cyber attack is now a case of ‘when’ and not ‘if’ for their organization, according to a survey of CEOs from some of Britain’s biggest businesses. KPMG surveyed 150 UK leaders and a further 1,150 CEOs from across the world about their future investment plans and the challenges and opportunities facing their companies. With reports of cyber-attacks and breaches almost daily, 39 percent of UK CEOs surveyed believe they will be targeted by a cyber attack. Though disheartening, this view was quite optimistic in comparison to their global counterparts, where 49 percent said they envisioned a cyber attack on their business."

04. How is DNA evidence used in a UK court of law? Here's everything you need to know

"A person accused of assault faces the terrible threat of spending a period of time in prison. Depending on the gravity of their case, circumstances, and consequences, the magistrates in the court of law can decide on harsh punishments, like a maximum of five years for assault cases with actual bodily harm (ABH). Appealing against the verdict can be made with the help of a criminal solicitor."

05. What to do in case you are a victim of fraud

"Frauds have many forms and, unfortunately, they spread rapidly on the internet too. At an international scale, losses of billions of dollars are registered every year, even though the authorities are fighting against the worrying phenomenon. According to recent statistics offered by UK Finance, approximately GBP 1.6 billion has been reported as losses in 2018, through fraud and scams. Victims of fraud should seek immediate legal advice from a fraud solicitor with experience in this field and also report to the police any fraud case."

06. Scammer Gets Scammed or How to Avoid Business Fraud

"Thieves and cheats were known throughout history, and the more trade and business developed, the more sophisticated their schemes became. Some of those people who commit fraud can even be “regarded” for their exceptional acumen, knowledge of different fraudulent methods and techniques, that help them trick the company they target. However, for some firms, such schemes can be fatal."

07. How you can avoid online scams

"Identity theft, bank account frauds, false charities or prizes are only a few types of frauds which can be met on the internet and which turn ordinary people into victims. Fortunately, there are many ways to protect ourselves against this worrying phenomenon and the first thing to do is to pay attention to any suspicious link or email and not get fooled by the imaginary sums of money promised to you. In case you have been a victim of an online scam, you should ask for legal advice from a criminal lawyer specialized in cyber crime cases."

08. The benefits of starting an online business

"There are many different ways to do business online and they all have in common a set of benefits, starting with lower setup costs as well as global access to customers. We highlight some of the advantages that, luckily, can apply to businesses in many economic fields."

09. Most attractive countries for business relocation

"Relocating a business is an important decision that can impact not only the manner in which the company will evolve but also the market on which it will offer its products or services. Among the top features that make a country attractive for business relocation purposes, we can mention low corporate tax rates, the availability of highly skilled workers, access to a larger market and an open, progressive business environment. Investors who choose to relocate to London, one of the top business hubs in the world, as well as those who are already doing business here, can work with a local defence solicitor when needed."

10. 5 Tips to avoid online frauds

"Victims of online frauds are seen on a daily basis, even if there are numerous online campaigns that are trying to make people understand the importance of securing their private data and avoiding potential scams on the internet. Luckily, there is still hope in this area, meaning that there are many ways to pay attention when dealing with all sorts of online programs and fake emails. We present five tips to avoid as much as possible the online frauds that might occur."

11. The main steps to follow for opening a business abroad

"Before starting a business in a foreign jurisdiction, it is important to follow a number of steps that will ensure a good understanding of the local company formation principles and laws as well as the cultural or business particularities. Opening a company in Dubai will be different from starting a business in Germany and investors should be informed of the general incorporation conditions in the jurisdiction where they decide to base their business."