Finucane, Brendan QC
Finucane has more than 25 years of advocacy experience in the fields in which he practises. With a background in common law he has extensive experience in very-high-level criminal work, in addition to those areas in which he now predominantly practises, both in the UK and at international level.
This work has frequently taken him to the Court of Appeal with important reported cases. He is highly rated by the legal directories and lectures regularly to solicitors and in house lawyers.
Extensive experience in professional and disciplinary regulatory work .He has appeared in high-profile, sensitive and complex cases before the General Medical Council, General Dental Council, at inquests, and crown court level, representing healthcare professionals. He has also advised the Medical Protection Society in relation to the redrafting of the GMC Rules, the British Osteopathic Association in relation to their Legislative Review of the Osteopaths Act 1993, and a major retailer as to the application of the provisions of the Opticians Act 1989 in relation to a proposal to sell spectacles online.
He has extensive experience of fraud in all forms, from mortgage fraud to international racketeering, corruption, international tax evasion and very substantial MTIC frauds together with corporate and commercial fraud. He has advised the actuaries to a major Pension Fund, and acts in accountancy cases brought by professional bodies such as the CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) at disciplinary tribunals.
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