Civil Litigation

Civil Litigation

Civil fraud litigation is often complex. Expert representation in this field is vital in order to formulate the appropriate strategy and minimise risk.

We represent both claimants and defendants in civil fraud claims, acting for both corporate clients and individuals.

‘Civil fraud’ is an umbrella term that can cover many different types of claims (’causes of action’), including:-

  • Misrepresentation
  • Deceit
  • Unlawful means conspiracy
  • Money laundering
  • Unjust enrichment
  • Dishonest assistance
  • Knowing receipt
  • Breach of trust
  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Defendants/claimants across multiple jurisdictions
  • Worldwide freezing injunctions
  • ‘Boiler room’ fraud allegations
  • Unauthorised collective investment schemes and other investment fraud allegations
  • Supplier frauds allegations
  • Procurement fraud allegations
  • Invoicing/double-invoicing allegations
  • Mortgage fraud allegations
  • Advance fee fraud allegations
  • Breach of trust in context of employment/partnership/deputyship

In short, to ensure that you have the best team fighting for you and to maximise your prospects of success. Our work and client care is of the highest standard.  Every matter has partner involvement. Where it is necessary to go to court we work with a range of top barristers, to suit most budgets.

Why instruct RG Solicitors?

At the outset of your case we will conduct a cost benefit analysis with you and talk you through your options. We offer honest and pragmatic advice to our clients.

How do I instruct RG Solicitors?

The first step is to attend a preliminary consultation.  At the consultation we will advise you on the merits of any claim, talk through the relevant practical and legal issues, and set out your options.  We will review relevant documentation ahead of the consultation.  The consultation will help you understand your position and allow you to make an informed decision about what action to take.

To request a consultation please send us an email on , complete our online enquiry form or call us on 020 80951214.  If emailing or using the online form, please provide a short outline of your situation.

Details of the cost of a consultation will be provided following your enquiry

Please note that we do not undertake civil fraud work on a conditional fee agreement/’no win/no fee’ or a legal aid basis.