SKB Legal

The team you want fighting your corner

When you face criminal charges, you need a legal team that not only fi ghts your corner and actively defends you, but revels in serving you. SKB Legal, based in Bedfordshire but with a developing presence in

Susanta Banerjee Managing Director SKB Legal

London, specialises in criminal cases. T e team focus on regulatory and business crime including road traffi c legal advice and representation. T ey have taken great pride in identifying grey areas, taking corrective action, and lifting the fog on legal situations. SKB Legal is proactive, client-centred and committed to protecting clients from every imaginable risk. Susanta Banerjee heads up the fi rm. His two decades of experience,

starting life at the heart of legal London, provides the experience, skills, and legal fi repower necessary to make sure that loose ends are never left untied. He has developed a vast network of pedigree lawyers and leading experts all across the UK, which has become an invaluable asset for clients. “Trust. T at is our main capital and to give better than your best is

our way of honouring every client,” said Susanta. At SKB Legal, Susanta has drawn together a team of trusted

professionals ready to act for clients on anything from general crime, accusations of things like theft, public order off ences or criminal



to business crime. The latter can be

anything from depositing controlled waste (fl y- tipping), health and safety breaches to serious fraud and white-collar criminal investigations, the whole gamut. SKB Legal believes in TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More. Regulatory or business crime is not uncommon

in a fast-paced world where requirements change on a regular basis and can potentially leave businesses or their owners open to challenge from professional bodies and regulators, or the likes of trading standards, the Environment Agency or the Health & Safety Executive. Susanta added: “Crisis dictates urgency – in

thought and action. Whatever the circumstances, people accused of any crime can fi nd themselves at their lowest points, and they need to act swiftly to get legal advice. Having a solicitor in place from the start is their best option, however much they feel they can deal with the situation without one. T is is because the accused can leave themselves even more vulnerable if they proceed without eff ective legal advice.” T is is particularly true when you can be asked

to pop in for a quick but recorded chat during a voluntary police interview. This unguarded approach can aff ect a person’s life multi-fold if they attend without a solicitor. “It is at this earliest point that we can be most

eff ective,” said Susanta. “Investment in legal services is not just about money, it’s about life. It’s about optimising returns on time, skills and money.”

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