Vincent Bradley, Director of Forensic Services -

Vincent Bradley, Director of Forensic Services

Forensic Accounting - Criminal / Commercial / Matrimonial

Our Forensic Accounting Team is one of the most widely recognised and respected in Northern Ireland, having acted in over 2,800 cases.

Our accountants are also very active in hosting useful events on forensic accounting issues.  At a previous financial crime event entitled 'Black Holes and Red Flags' hosted by Harbinson Mulholland proved not only popular but highly credible in terms of its content.  In his ruling in a recent confiscation case, HHJ Ramsey QC made a number of references to the talk delivered by Mr. Justice Colton at the event.

Reports for Solicitors

Our reputation has been built on providing fast, clear and concise reports to the legal profession.  We act for both plaintiff and defence in a broad spectrum of cases:

  • Criminal
  • Commercial
  • Matrimonial
  • Personal injury
  • Fatal accidents

Our forensic team has ready access to our in-house experts in audit, tax, insolvency, market research and financial advisory.

Expert Witness Testimony

We have considerable experience in giving expert witness testimony in court cases which include:

  • Fraud Investigations
  • Money Laundering
  • Theft
  • Breach of Contract
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Professional and Medical Negligence
  • Accident at Work Claims
  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Criminal Injury
  • Workplace Illness
  • Unfair Dismissal/Discrimination
  • Divorce
27.03.2020

Please note that from 23 March 2020 HM will be operating remotely.

Our team can be contacted through their e-mail addresses as set out on the website or by the office telephone number of 028 90 445 100. We are also making extensive use of Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Skype to facilitate communication. Please see our guidance on Covid19 government support below

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12.03.2020

Spring Budget 2020

The biggest spending spree for 28 years

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02.03.2020

REVIEW OF PERSONAL INJURY DISCOUNT RATE

The Minister of Justice in Northern Ireland has asked officials to undertake a statutory consultation with the Government Actuary and the Department of Finance on a proposal to change the discount rate to -1.75%, with effect from 28 February 2020.

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