Kangs Solicitors Secure Favourable Confiscation Deal


Dean Phillips and Colin Parker of Kangs Solicitors have recently concluded complex Confiscation Proceedings on behalf of our client which were brought in connection with a significant NHS Fraud.

The case was successfully concluded with the Prosecution accepting that:

  • foreign assets should be deemed not realisable
  • assets nominally held jointly by the client did in fact beneficially belong in their entirety to an innocent 3rd

After significant negotiations, where the benefit was deemed to be in excess of £1 million, the Court was able to make a Confiscation Order for an amount of less than £178,000.

As these monies represented property and assets already held by the prosecuting authority, our client was left with nothing further to pay.

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We are happy to provide clients and fellow professionals with an initial no obligation consultation.

Arrangements can be made to meet at any of our offices in Birmingham, London or Manchester.

Our team of specialist lawyers can be contacted as follows:

John Veale
0121 449 9888 | 020 7936 6396

Amandeep Murria
0121 449 9888 | 020 7936 6396

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