Latest announcements

28 January, 2021


January, 2021

CIFAS marker success against UK lender

Richardson Lissack has successfully persuaded a major UK lender to remove a marker loaded against an unsuccessful mortgage applicant despite the lender having previously written a final letter rejecting a request to remove the marker….Read more

12 January, 2021


January, 2021

Further CIFAS success

Richardson Lissack has successfully persuaded a private bank and secondary lender to remove three fraud markers loaded against an investment banker and his wife. The fraud markers had been loaded five years previously as a…Read more

26 November, 2020


November, 2020

CIFAS marker removed by UK insurer

Richardson Lissack has successfully persuaded a UK insurer, which had provided tenancy referencing services to a large UK chain of Estate & Letting Agents, to remove a CIFAS fraud marker it had registered against our…Read more

27 October, 2020


October, 2020

CIFAS marker removed for company director

Richardson Lissack has successfully persuaded a major UK bank to remove a CIFAS fraud marker it had registered against our client, a company director, in relation to an incomplete loan application made by him two and a…Read more

21 September, 2020


September, 2020

The FCA and cannabis: an unlikely pairing?

The recent announcement by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of guidance for companies in the medicinal cannabis sector, thinking about listing on UK exchanges, is a welcome development.  While the 2018 legalisation of medicinal cannabis…Read more

1 September, 2020


September, 2020

Furlough fraud: what lies ahead?

Furlough fraud claims are on the rise.  Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) together with whistleblowing organisations are reporting thousands of complaints against employers in relation to abuse of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)….Read more

26 February, 2020


February, 2020

Criminal charges avoided for barrister accused of harassment

Metropolitan Police v M Richardson Lissack was instructed post-interview to represent a barrister being investigated for harassment. Detailed written representations were submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service and the investigation resulted in no further action…Read more

19 February, 2020


February, 2020

Success for doctor before interim orders tribunal

GMC v Dr M Richardson Lissack recently represented Dr M before an Interim Orders Tribunal at the MPTS. The case is sensitive and high profile since the GMC allege Dr M to have been culpable in the…Read more