Former Hogan Lovells partner handed three-year jail term for expense fraud
Former Hogan Lovells litigation partner Christopher Grierson has been sentenced to three years in prison for defrauding the firm of £1.3m in false travel expenses. Grierson, who pleaded guilty in March this year after being charged by the City of London Police with four counts of false accounting, was today (30 May) handed sentences relating to four counts of fraud - one of 15 months, two of 36 months and one of 12 months, to run concurrently. He is expected to serve a total of 18 months in prison.
Former Hogan Lovells litigation partner Christopher Grierson has been sentenced to three years in prison for defrauding the firm of £1.3m in false travel expenses.
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