In the recent High Court case of Mooij v Persons Unknown [2024] EWHC 814 (Comm), the claimant brought a bitcoin fraud claim against multiple defendants, including the first and second "persons unknown" defendants (D1 and D2) who were described as being the fraudsters and beneficiaries of the fraud respectively. Mr Mooij sought summary judgment and […]

About Melissa

I am a solicitor working in England and Wales. I help businesses and private individuals to resolve and manage their disputes.

At work I deal with most types of civil disputes including contractual disputes, professional negligence claims and company disputes. I also represent professional clients being investigated by their disciplinary body.  My other legal interests (but not stuff I advise on at work) include access to justice,  legal ethics and civil liberties.

This blog consists of my own views and opinions. If you need legal advice, you should visit a solicitor and discuss your case with them.  The Law Society holds a list of all solicitors in England and Wales.

Please do not rely on this blog as a substitute for legal advice.  I cannot give any legal advice on this blog.  If you want to instruct me, you can do so via my firm.  I work at Bexley Beaumont and I am a partner is the firm's Corporate and Commercial Disputes Team. You can find out how to instruct me here.

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