Kangs Solicitors are regularly instructed by both individuals and corporate clients seeking the release of cash which has been seized by the authorities, frequently as the result of alleged money laundering. Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors outlines an on-going case where we have been instructed on behalf of a London based Money Services Bureau (“MSB”).
Dean Phillips of Kangs Solicitors comments upon the disqualification of Clive Terence Urwin as a company director for a period of ten years following the collapse of his company Tyburn Realisations Ltd, formerly known as Tyburn Marketing Solutions trading as Parade Marketing Services, (‘the company’). The company, which had provided call centre and printing services,
The Fraud Our client was one of fifteen defendants brought before Southwark Crown Court charged with conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud, amounting to approximately £50 million, committed between 2006 and 2007, when eleven loans were obtained from Barclays Private Clients International Ltd (‘the Bank’) based in the Isle of Man. The funds were used for
Colin Parker of Kangs Solicitors presents a reminder that, even if the intent at the outset was well intended, any expenditure of public funds in a manner other than strictly in accordance with the purpose for which it is released from the public purse can result in a criminal prosecution. Invariably, more than one person
Sharan Rupra, immigration specialist at Kangs Solicitors reports upon the Government’s decision to reverse its earlier decision to substantially increase the level of fees payable upon the issue of an Appeal against a refusal. On 10th October 2016 the fees payable upon Immigration Appeals were increased by five hundred per cent with the intent of
Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors provides an update on an investigation reopened by the City of London Police against suspects allegedly involved in carbon credit fraud and money laundering. The Criminal Proceedings | Kangs Solicitors This case involves a conspiracy to defraud involving companies alleged to have fraudulently sold carbon credits and the money laundering
Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors recently acted for a client involved in Operation Bluetail, which focused upon a conspiracy to supply drugs. Sentence reduced upon Appeal | Kangs Criminal Appeals Team The Crown’s case was overwhelming, our client pleaded guilty and he was sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment. Following meticulous preparation of his Appeal documents,
Kangs Solicitors win contested Confiscation Hearing at Warwick Crown Court. The Prosecution argued that our client owned an available asset which could be realised and set against the benefit figure that had arisen from his criminal conduct. The Trial Issue | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors In the summer of 2016, our client pleaded guilty to
Frances Murray of Kangs Solicitors provides an update on an investigation by the Insolvency Service with a view to director disqualification proceedings. Director Disqualification Proceedings | Kangs Solicitors Kangs Solicitors were recently instructed by a former Director of a London based consultancy and marketing company. It was believed by the Insolvency Service that our client
Robertson Kangs Sports client and towering central defender Chris Robertson played the full 90 minutes for AFC Wimbledon in this weekend’s highly anticipated game versus MK Dons, but he could not stop his side leaving Stadium MK empty handed. The Dons gave their new manager, Robbie Neilson, a perfect start to his managerial career in
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