Mark has extensive experience in the High Court, acquired both as an Advocate Depute and defence counsel, in relation to allegations of commercial fraud or embezzlement involving professional, public service and employee accused.
He also has experience in both criminal and civil litigation under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency legislation, particularly in cases involving the non-disclosure of assets, and in pursuing the recovery of funds on behalf of liquidators in cases of Director Malfeasance through Wrongful Trading and Alienation of Assets.
Mark has been instructed regularly, and provides advice at a preliminary stage if requested, in relation to all aspects of investigations and prosecutions brought under the Proceeds of Crime Acts 1995 and 2002, and related legislation.
He has experience of many aspects of regulatory crime and proceedings, including:
Mark has a particular interest in International Arbitration and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Scottish Arbitration Centre and the Faculty of Advocates Dispute Resolution Service.
As part of a wide and varied practice, Mark has appeared in a number of Courts Martial for accused serving with the Royal Air Force and Royal Marines and was involved in the defence of a foreign national accused in international torture proceedings.
The case involves Mr Green and 4 other men being charged with conspiring together to acquire and obtain by fraud a majority and controlling stake in the shareholding of Rangers Football Club.
Appearing at FAI relating to deaths of members of the public who died when a refuse lorry mounted the pavement in city centre. Representing the family of three of those killed.
Appearing at lengthy and high profile trial in Livingston High Court acting for client charged with the murder of her 2 year old son.
Acting for client charged with directing Organised Crime involving drugs and firearms, but also the supply of weapons to those charged with terrorism.
Client was previously found guilty of attempted murder. The victim then died a year later and the Crown charged the client with murder. He was found guilty of culpable homicide, but this was successfully appealed and the conviction was quashed.
Client was a bouncer in a bar and was charged with murder after a man died when being escorted out of a bar for being too drunk. The client was cleared of murder, but found guilty of assault.
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