Bribery and Corruption in the Royal Household | Fraud Solicitors
Hamraj Kang and Timothy Thompson of Kangs Solicitors were instructed to represent one of the Directors of BSI Nordale Ltd, Christopher Murphy in the high profile ‘Royal Household bribery and corruption case’.
Counsel instructed to defend our client was Mr Adam Kane QC of Carmelite Chambers.
The Prosecution Case | Bribery, Corruption and Fraud | Kangs Solicitors
The Crown alleged that various companies, including BSI Nordale, made corrupt payments to one of the defendants, Mr Harper, who had previously been convicted of similar offences.
Mr Harper held a senior role within the Royal Household and was responsible for awarding contracts for building and maintenance works.
It is alleged that these corrupt payments were made in order to secure lucrative and prestigious contracts.
Our client’s company entered into two contracts, which together were valued at around £1 million.
This was a complex and high profile investigation conducted by the authorities.
The Prosecution alleged that bribes were advanced in a covert manner and there was clear evidence of the manipulation of the processes and payments systems used by the Royal Household.
Our Experience | Bribery and Corruption Cases | Kangs Solicitors
We have extensive experience in relation to bribery and corruption cases.
We are regularly instructed to provide advice from the outset of the investigation through to the eventual trial at the Crown Court.
Our team is led by Hamraj Kang who is recognised as one of only two ‘star individuals’ in the country by Chambers UK for his work in the areas of fraud, money laundering, bribery and corruption.
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