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No criminal charges for dentist accused of conspiracy to defraud

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Richardson Lissack represented a dentist accused of conspiracy to defraud throughout a 4-year investigation into several dental practices allegedly defrauding NHS England of several million pounds.  Pro-active representation over the course of the lengthy investigation ensured that no criminal charges were brought against our client.  Richardson Lissack has now been instructed to represent our client for the purpose of the GDC proceedings.

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