Russell Jones and Walker welcome broad scope of 7/7 inquest
Russell Jones and Walker Solicitors help ten families prepare for upcoming inquiry
[UKPRwire, Tue Jun 08 2010] Russell Jones and Walker and the families of victims involved in the 7/7 inquest have welcomed the recent ruling made by Lady Justice Hallett that the activities and knowledge of MI5 and the Home Office in relation to the bombings will be included in the scope of her investigation.
James Carlton, partner at Russell Jones & Walker Solicitors who is representing ten of the families involved in the inquest stated:
"All the families involved are understandably devastated by their individual loss and want to find answers to the circumstances surrounding how their loved ones came to die. At the same time, all involved are concerned as to whether there were, or indeed are now, any steps that could have been taken to prevent these atrocities from occurring at the time or again in the future.
"The decision by Lady Justice Hallett to examine the actions of intelligence agencies in the scope of the inquest is a welcome inclusion for the victims' families."
National law firm Russell Jones & Walker, who specialise in all types of business crime and regulation matters including public inquiries, has been instructed by ten families of victims of the 7/7 bombings inquest which is expected to commence in October 2010.
Russell Jones and Walker are acting on behalf of victims who lost their lives at all four of the bombing sites and have been instructed by a mixture of parents, spouses and siblings bereaved of their loved ones during the bombings.
About Russell Jones & Walker’s Business Crime & Regulation Team
The Russell Jones & Walker Business Crime & Regulation Team, led by Rod Fletcher, is independently recognised as one of the leaders in this field. As a department they have been involved in a large number of recent high profile landmark cases involving major regulatory bodies including the SFO, FSA and HSE, along with most public inquiries conducted in the last decade including Arms to Iraq, Shipman Inquiry and Bloody Sunday.
The RJW business crime solicitors provide legal advice and representation in the following areas: Business Crime; FSA & Regulatory Investigations; Restraint & Confiscation; Fraud & Corruption investigations; Public Inquiries & Inquests; Corporate Compliance; Cross-border & International Investigations; Health, Safety & the Environment and The Bribery Act 2010.
The Business Crime & Regulation team are located nationwide.
For more information visit: www.rjw.co.uk/businesscrime
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