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Neil Ross led Junior in high-profile Cayman Island corruption case

By February 24, 2016No Comments

Neil Ross has returned from 3 months in the Cayman Islands following the successful prosecution of Canover Watson, the former chairman of the Health Services Authority. The allegation focused on a corruptly obtained contract for IT services worth millions of pounds. During the course of the trial, evidence was heard from a former Government minister, high-ranking civil servants and senior staff at the Health Service. The case had links to numerous jurisdictions, including Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, Panama, and the US, and also touched on the FIFA corruption allegations.

A co-defendant, Jeffrey Webb, a vice-President of FIFA, was not able to attend the trial due to his convictions on racketeering offences in US.