Berkeley Square Solicitors Instructed In Ground-breaking Internet Fishing Fraud Investigation

Berkeley Square Solicitors have been instructed in one of the most complex computer crime investigations ever conducted by the NCA. Our client is alleged to have realised over £2.6 million from a fake invoice fraud, the modus operandi for which it is alleged involved the dispatch of millions of internet fishing emails from which details of the email accounts of a number of UK companies were hacked.

The case is expected to go to trial in 2017.

Daniel Godden, partner of Berkeley Square solicitors and Roger Sahota are the lawyers conducting the case. Richard Furlong of Carmelite Chambers has been instructed.