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Job Title: Senior Associate
Business Crime, Regulation & Serious Driving Offences
- North West Fraud Forum
- Health & Safety Lawyers’ Association (HSLA)
Sam is a specialist Solicitor who has substantial knowledge and experience in handling complex and serious cases. His experience and expertise is vast, having particular emphasis in Fraud and Financial Crime, Trading Standards, Serious Motoring Offences, Regulatory offences and Corporate Governance (Bribery and Corruption).
Sam is regularly instructed in the UK and abroad to represent companies, directors and other professionals including; bankers, solicitors, financial advisors and medical practitioners. He is someone clients always want by their side given his robust and pragmatic approach in defending their case. He identifies immediately the salient issues in a case and has a meticulous eye for detail.
To complement his expertise, he has also completed a Masters in Law where he considered the proposed changes to the regulatory framework of financial institutions, in particular, the banks. This work was completed during the transition of regulation from the FSA to the FCA and PRA. The focus of his work was to consider whether the new proposals to regulate banks would be sufficient to prevent a future financial crisis.
Corporate Governance, Fraud and Financial Crime
R v SW - Conspiracy to give corrupt payments, alleged international bribery and corruption to secure contracts worth in total in excess of £1billion. Proceedings in London, case on-going.
R v BB – Conspiracy to defraud, finance fraud, ten defendants, conservative loss estimated at £250 million. Acquitted. Southwark Crown Court, London.
R v CM – Conspiracy to defraud, representing the Registered Manager in proceedings brought against a care home, alongside eight other defendants. Three decades of alleged financial abuse resulting in a financial benefit in excess of £30 million. Reported as the longest trial in the Court’s history. Acquitted. Liverpool Crown Court.
R v AS - Conspiracy to cheat the public revenue, along with 15 co-defendants, to import tobacco under cover loads thus avoiding the requirement to pay excise duty. Loss to HMRC of £12 million.Manchester Crown Court.
R v DC – Conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation. Alleged large scale fraud and blackmail over a number of years. Multiple companies and individuals falsely presenting themselves as debt collection agencies. Client acquitted. Nottingham Crown Court.
R v LS – Company Director.Alleged offences of conspiracy to defraud and consumer protection from unfair trading regulations – misleading and aggressive commercial practice.Financial benefit in excess of £1.5 million.Leeds Crown Court
R v JM – Alleged offences of money lending without a licence (Financial Services and Markets Act) and money laundering.Unlicensed money lending over 8 years resulting in a financial benefit of in excess of £1 million.Preston Crown Court.
R v SM – Represented Company owner, alleged offences of unauthorised use of Registered Trade mark and Money Laundering offences.Relates to selling of items online, imported from abroad.Confiscation proceedings and subsequent application for an order confirming an inadequacy in the available amount.Preston Crown Court.
R v NA – Represented Director, twelve counts of alleged fraud by false representation and offences under Companies Act and Insolvency Act, over a two year period amounting to in excess of £100,000 obtained from multiple companies. Prosecution brought by Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). Suspended sentence, no confiscation proceedings.Chester Crown Court.
Serious Motoring Offences
R v ML – Allegation of causing death by careless driving.Client insisted that we represented her over the proposed insurance panel Solicitor.Acquitted.Burnley Crown Court
R v WD – Allegation of causing death by careless driving whilst under the influence.Case on-going.
R v DB – Allegation of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.Suggested speed in excess of 100 mph.Acquitted. Bolton Crown Court
R v FK – Allegation of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.Suggested to have lost control in the rain when overtaking a section of wet road incorporating tram tracks (Sheffield Super-tram network).Acquitted. Sheffield Crown Court
R v HC – Allegation of driving without due care and attention, fail to stop and fail to report a road traffic collision.CPS discontinued proceedings (Acquitted).Wasted costs order granted.Ipswich Magistrates Court
R v DG – Allegation of careless driving and driving whilst unfit due to drugs.Complex issues relating to the presence of prescribed medication.Following representations with the support of a forensic toxicologist, the CPS discontinued the proceedings (Acquitted). Defence costs order granted.Nottingham Crown Court.
What his clients say
"Sam Healey got me through the worst time of my life when I found myself fighting a criminal case for money laundering. Good communication, attention to detail, forward thinking and every inch the professional.Sam worked hard to fight my case with an excellent result. I got my life back. I would highly recommend Sam to anyone caught up in financial crime...”.
Mrs W, London (Allegation of Fraud and Financial Crime)
“Sam…as you can imagine I am so relived with the outcome of my case and I am so grateful to you for presenting my case so thoroughly… you were so kind to me and recognised my fears and nervousness with empathy and utter professionalism…”
Mrs L, North West (Death by careless driving)
"Sam provided clear and objective advice from the outset on the options available and the subsequent strategy employed by Sam was expertly executed to produce a highly successful outcome. I would recommend Sam to anybody finding themselves in a similar situation"
Mr D, Solicitor, Manchester
“Sam is every inch the professional and showed tenacity, effort and attention to detail throughout my case. Words cannot express how relieved I felt at the conclusion of the matter, and the outcome was indeed as Sam had advised at the outset. Anyone who knows the pressure and nightmare of a criminal charge absolutely needs balance, balance of commitment, right choices, dedication to the cause and the client and the power and ability to stay the course. Sam never flinched from the objective of truth and fact, and without doubt his time and effort paid off. Sincerely I can only say thank you to Sam, and my recommendation would be given without reservation”.
Mr J, Yorkshire
“The worst 20 months of my life has just come to an end with all credit due to my solicitor Sam Healy, who right from our very first meeting put me and my family at ease. He is an absolute professional and has kept me fully updated with all occurrences throughout my case. Sam’s advice and support have been invaluable throughout the process and the final result was more than I could have ever wished for!”
Mr R, Sheffield
“I would just like to thank Sam Healey once again for his services. I really couldn't believe the outcome as I expected the worst. If it wasn't for his understanding and hard work it would have been a lot worse. I would recommend anyone to use Sam”.
Mr H, Manchester