Chambers UK Rankings for 2018 | Band 1 | Kangs Solicitors
The directory for the legal profession, Chambers UK (also known as Chambers & Partners), has released its publication for 2018 and, once again, Kangs Solicitors has been ranked in Band 1 for both criminal work and financial crime/fraud work.
Leading National Criminal Fraud Solicitors | Kangs Solicitors
We are pleased to report that Chambers UK has ranked Kangs Solicitors as one of only four firms nationally in Band 1 for financial crime work, making the firm a leading national player in this market with offices in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
What do Chambers UK Say About Us? | Top Fraud Lawyers
In ranking Kangs Solicitors in the highest band for criminal fraud work, Chambers UK state the following:
What the team is known for:
Extremely well reputed for advising on high-value matters such as MTIC, POCA and property frauds.
Often instructed by senior legal, accounting and financial services professionals.
Continues to attract mandates from across the country.
"a regional heavyweight,"
"They are really great lawyers."
"In the Midlands, in financial crime, there isn't a firm better than Kangs. Their client care is premium."
Hamraj Kang has "developed an unprecedented reputation in the Midlands for white-collar and financial crime."
He offers deep experience in handling MTIC proceedings before HMRC, as well as tax fraud matters more broadly.
Sources describe him as a "leading figure who is unquestionably at the top of his game in every respect."
John Veale is recognised for his work on major tax and mortgage fraud cases.
Sources describe him as "unflappable, calm and reassuring," as well as praising his thoroughness: "You get a proof of evidence from him – every dot and comma you need. He covers everything."
Frances Murray continues to win plaudits for wide-ranging work assisting on fraud cases. Commentators note that she produces "written work of a very high calibre."
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