Partner Edward Grange has been quoted in Global Investigations Review on the UK court’s rejection of a hedge fund employee’s attempt to avoid extradition to Germany over allegations of tax fraud through challenging a European Arrest Warrant.
He said that “the ruling clarifies what the extradition process should be for defendants who have already been arrested in the UK on an EAW but not yet surrendered to the requesting country. This was the main lacuna that experts identified, and it’s now effectively been closed.”
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