Tanveer specialises in all aspect of the law relating to financial wrongdoing , regulation and health and safety law. He can accept instructions both on a direct access basis and through solicitors.
He is one of a few barristers specialising in both the criminal and commercial jurisdictions. Tanveer is frequently instructed as leading counsel and his practice has also included cases before the DIFC (Dubai) and AIFC (Kazakstan), Insolvency courts, High Court and Crown Court.
Tanveer’s clients mainly include directors and corporates, and he is usually instructed at the outset of a claim or prosecution assisting with strategy and dispute resolution
In criminal law, Tanveer has appeared at all levels of court and is regularly instructed as lead counsel. He is a specialist in defending allegations of financial wrong-doing and has a particular interest in cases arising within the commercial and banking field.
His practice extends to asset forfeiture and Tanveer is frequently asked to assist with applications to set aside, vary and/or resolve civil forfeiture proceedings such as account freezing orders and cash detention orders.
Tanveer has also defended allegations of electoral fraud, he has represented a number of politician and has provided seminars on election fraud and bribery including before the Electoral Commission
Tanveer has also acquired a substantial amount of experience defending health and safety allegations. His cases have involved accidents and injuries and allegation of corporate manslaughter. Tanveer is also retained to assist with challenging improvement notices and fee for intervention notices. Recent cases have included a fall from height and arguments as to who was a principal contractor, Tanveer achieved a not guilty verdict in both matters.
Tanveer is able to assist with private prosecutions and corporate investigations. He has participated in a number of inquiries and has been retained as lead counsel in an ongoing national investigation.
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