Neena joined Keoghs in 1999, qualifying as a solicitor in 2002 and being appointed as partner in 2010. She specialises in motor crime and regulatory prosecution work. Neena is experienced in representing corporate and individual clients in relation to investigations conducted by the police, HSE and other regulatory bodies. She also acts for clients who have been subject to allegations of corporate or individual manslaughter.
Neena represents clients at PACE interviews in relation to all manner of road traffic offences, ranging from minor road traffic offences to causing death by dangerous driving. In addition, she regularly represents clients at Coroners′ Court and has extensive experience of representing clients at the Magistrates' and Crown Court. Neena regularly provides training for clients on accident investigation, HSE prosecutions and issues involving PACE.
Latest Insights by Neena Sharma
Client Alerts 10/09/2018
On the 5th September 2018, the Court of Appeal handed down an important judgment concerning the issue of litigation privilege.
Whirlpool case helps cast light on sentencing fines for ‘very large’ organisations, but Court of Appeal decision unlikely to stem flow of hefty fines.
We take a look at a recent high profile case involving a collision between a cyclist and pedestrian which resulted in the cyclist being convicted of causing serious injury by wanton and furious driving under the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.
Client Alerts 15/05/2017
Our latest client alert takes a look at potential changes to document privilege following a case brought by the Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) against Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd. (ENRC).
Client Alerts 06/12/2016
On 4 December the Government issued a press release setting out a consultation on dangerous driving.