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The one with the
solicitors that did not advise on cybercrime risk…

Advice was provided to individuals that when purchasing a property were defrauded through an authorised push payment fraud. The solicitors advising on the property transaction did not provide any advice on the risk of cybercrime and a claim was therefore made against the conveyancing firm in negligence for failing to provide advice and guidance that may have enabled their client to avoid the loss suffered.

A letter of claim was sent to the solicitors with their insurers thereafter making proposals to resolve the claim.

  • Case Study
  • Sector
    Real Estate
  • Service
    Cybercrime and Authorised Push Payments
  • Service
    Professional Negligence

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