Dominic Holden on his career and order setting aside judgments in ‘hacking’ saga | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

Dominic Holden, a partner at Burlingtons Legal, obtained a High Court order setting aside three judgments made against the Iranian-American airline tycoon Farhad Azima on the basis that they had been obtained by fraud. The ruling came after a £3 million settlement of Azima’s claim against the law firm Dechert over allegations that lawyers were involved in hacking his emails. The allegations emerged in a dispute between the investment authority of the Gulf emirate Ras al-Khaimah, which the law firm represented, and Azima, who was a middleman in business deals.

Final curtain in drawn-out ‘hacking’ saga

Getting the court to take seriously the extraordinary allegations made by Azima that his private information had been hacked as part of a conspiracy that included a state


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