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Hughmans is a specialist law firm based in central London
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About us


Since the firm was established in 1976, Hughmans has dedicated its services to clients involved in civil or criminal proceedings. Aggressively supporting clients’ interests, Hughmans always strives to identify a position of advantage to maximise its chances of success.

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Our services


Family Law

We specialise in novel, difficult, and high profile matrimonial cases and offer top level service to obtain the best outcome for you and your family.

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Private Prosecutions

If you have been the victim of crime we can advise you on your options, from assisting you with making an effective complaint to the police to bringing a full private prosecution on your behalf.

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Civil Fraud

Hughmans employs a multi-disciplinary team of experts to advise on all aspects of fraud. We are experienced in responding to and obtaining freezing injunctions and the recovery of assets worldwide.

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The crime and civil departments at Hughmans have consistently been recognised by Chambers & Partners and Spear’s 500 for the high quality of their legal advice.

Luke Gittos

Solicitor luke@hughmans.co.uk

Liv Mould

Paralegal liv@hughmans.co.uk

Matthew Jenkins

Partner mgj@hughmans.co.uk

Raphaela Kohs

Paralegal raphaela@hughmans.co.uk

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SFO Plea Bargains

The Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), Lisa Osofsky has suggested that the prosecutor is considering introducing a plea-bargaining system that would grant immunity to those willing to pass on information. The proposals arise alongside new investigatory tools at the SFO’s disposal, such as Unexplained Wealth Orders, and may in part be a response […]

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A new reported case for Hughmans

Matthew Jenkins acted for a Defendant in successful application at first instance to discharge an injunction for breach of the duty to provide full and frank disclosure and then on appeal in relation to issues concerning (i) fortification of cross-undertakings in damages and (ii) whether a litigant is entitled to appeal against an undertaking he […]

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FCA 2019 – 2020 Business Plan

The Financial Conduct Authority’s 2019 – 2020 business plan was published on the 17th of April 2019. It anticipates an extension of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime, which currently operates with respect to banks and insurers, to all firms that the FCA regulate. This will attempt to encourage firms to better identify where responsibility […]

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