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Case study

The one where the
agent was using a false name because he thought it was acceptable practice…

Advice was provided to a multi-billion dollar turnover American listed company in relation to seeking a freezing injunction and anti-suit injunction in the Commercial Court of The High Court alleging loss of $15m.  These applications arose out of the award of a tender in the Middle East to the client company, the tender being worth in excess of a hundred million dollars. 

The company had appointed an agent company in the Middle East to assist them with a tender for a government contract.  The agent company hid the use of a false name by one of their senior team which resulted in the agent company not revealing a family link between one of their senior employees and a senior member of the procurement award team of the government department awarding the tender.  

The client was provided with advice in relation to investigations and thereafter in relation to court proceedings concerning the termination of the agency agreement and compensation sought as a result.

  • Case Study
  • Sector
    Manufacturing and Engineering
  • Service
    Fraudulent Misrepresentation
  • Service
    Freezing Injunctions
  • Service
    Procurement Fraud

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