Philip Simon Landau, Director Landau Law (and former Director Landau Zeffertt and Wier Solicitors) has never responded to a former client to demonstrate that the formed and signed 5 December 2013 Settlement Contract is a legal instrument. This silence is an abrogation of professional responsibility and illegally perverts the course of justice.
The 5 December 2013 Settlement Contract that Philip Simon Landau advised on contained Confidentiality terms prohibiting publications that disparage his client, SDK, former employer PGS Exploration (UK) Ltd. The terms of the 5 December 2013 have been transgressed multiple times and no action has been taken. SDK believes it is because the 5 December 2013 Settlement Contract is a fraudulent instrument illegally used to retaliate against and terminate a whistleblower under false pretenses.
In October 2014, SDK submitted a Subject Access Request (SAR) to PGS Exploration (UK) Ltd. citing the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) to discover what SDK personal data his former employer / data controller was processing. This included SDKs profession personnel file held by human resources (HR).PGS HR was knowingly processing inaccurate defamatory data for subject SDK to illegally blacklist whistleblower SDK.
PGS HR refused to remove and stop processing this false personal data. PGS HR decided to include a 5 December 2014 from SDK which disputed the integrity of the data and accused PGS of violating DPA.PGS “solved” this problem by processing the 5 December 2014 SDK email. Thus, PGS acknowledged that they were processing false personal data because it would be a violation of DPA to process inaccurate personal data.ICO took no action on PGS violations of DPAand approved a ridiculous “solution” for multiple DPA violations by PGS.
In March 2015, SDKsought legal counsel from Scott-Moncrieff consulting solicitor Anthony Robinson. Robinson identified no issues with PGS processing false / illegal documents or PGS not following the legal grievance processas guaranteed by English law and contract. Robinson also did not recognize the 20 September 2013 submitted grievancewhich is referenced within the 5 December 2013 Settlement Contract as legally protected public disclosure or whistleblowing. Settlement contracts intended to gag whistleblowing are ILLEGAL. Further, documents held within the SDK personnel file ignore the 20 September 2013 grievance document. None of the personnel file documents are signed by the data subject SDK.
A document dated 25 October 2013 “Conclusions from grievance hearing” does not reference the 20 September 2013 grievance document. However, the document does reference non-existent documents and events that never happened. These facts have led SDK to believe and conclude that Scott-Moncrieff consulting solicitor Anthony Robinson did not provide client SDK with legal counsel but instead defrauded US citizen and client SDK. Scott-Moncrieff consulting solicitor Anthony Robinsonwas bribed to protect agents of PGS, Watson Farley & Williams, and LZW / Landau Law from civil and criminal accountability.