No5 Chambers in 5million Pounds University Fraud Case

Thu, 04 Feb 2010

'Pathological' Gambler Jailed Over £5m Fraud
A managing director with a "pathological" gambling habit was jailed for six years today for stealing almost £5 million while marketing a university's intellectual property. 
Paul Sadler led a double life while siphoning off funds from Birmingham Research and Development Ltd (BRDL), only being brought to justice after suspicions were raised as he holidayed in Bermuda with his mistress. 
CLICK HERE to read the full story as reported by The Independent.
Click Here to view profiles of David Mason and Phil Bradley - Defence Counsel for this Case.

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