Below is recent email correspondence between solicitor Gary Oldroyd at law firm Browne Jacobson and Derek Banner, who is Director of Banner Universal Motion Pictures Limited / BUMP. The correspondence is with regard to the indemnity claim BUMP is pursuing against law firm Wiggin LLP based on a letter of 7 February 2019 to BUMP and Derek Banner. In that letter solicitor Caroline Kean and law firm Wiggin LLP have revealed that they withheld evidentiary documents from London Court, misled the Claimant BUMP and the judge, and fraudulently obtained a strike out of BUMP's claim and a summary judgement in favour of their clients Endemol Shine, Friday TV, and NBCUniversal. Solicitor Caroline Kean alleged in that letter that she and her law firm Wiggin LLP put in court proceedings in London High Court documents which they had downloaded and secured from BUMP's website "for use in evidence". Despite several requests by BUMP, however, Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP have been unable to provide any evidence from court documents to prove their statements, and in the same letter they also confirmed the evidence of URLs, Internet Links, which BUMP and Derek Banner discovered from a server called Mutter Media used by clients of Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP. The discovered Internet links show that Wiggin LLP's clients created agreements with BUMP with regard to BUMP's gameshow "Minute To Win It", and Wiggin LLP's clients used those documents they downloaded and secured from BUMP's website as evidence or documentation for their created agreements with BUMP. However they never disclosed the created agreements to the judge and blindsided and let the judge issue a decision in their favour. It is a serious violation by a solicitor or a law firm to conceal from the court key documents which are directly related to a claim. After BUMP's repeated requests to submit the concealed documents and a formal complaint to Wiggin LLP's Senior Partner Charles Moore, Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP submitted the indemnity claim against them to their insurance provider, HDI Global SE. HDI Global SE then instructed solicitor Gary Oldroyd and his law firm in London Browne Jacobson to verify the claim based on the submitted facts and the evidence. After verifying the claim, Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson are unable to provide any document or evidence from London Court to corroborate Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP's allegation in the letter to BUMP and Derek Banner that they "put in court proceedings" those documents they downloaded and secured from BUMP's website. Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson are also unable to explain the URLs or Internet Links to the agreement files BUMP and Derek Banner discovered from Wiggin LLP's clients' server, and why the links show a folder called BUMP and folders called "agreement" and "agreement documents", why the files Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP alleged they put in court proceedings are also shown in the discovered links, and why the files are used as "agreement documentation" in the URLs evidence? Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson's failure to provide answers to these questions shows that they are fully conscious of Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP's dishonesty, that Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP lied to BUMP and Derek Banner in their letter that they disclosed the downloaded and secured documents from BUMP's website to the court. In light of the direct evidence and of their lack of response to the submitted facts and evidence, Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson have shown to have no valid defence to BUMP's indemnity claim against Wiggin LLP, and they are aware that Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP's dishonesty and professional malpractice has caused BUMP serious damage and enormous financial loss. BUMP's gameshow format "Minute To Win It" has been exploited in more than fifty countries by Wigging's clients Endemol Shine, which is today called Banijay, Friday TV and NBCUniversal, with millions of dollars in revenue and profit, and Nintendo, Xbox, Kinect, Wii, game-board versions have also been made of the gameshow franchise. Wiggin LLP's dishonesty and malpractice is covered by their insurance policy agreement with HDI Global SE, there is no court ruling that was ever issued by the London Court with regard to the documents which Caroline and her law firm Wiggin LLP alleged to have disclosed to the court, and their strike out of BUMP's claim and the ruling in the case was obtained by Wiggin LLP by fraud and concealment of documents. Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson's failure to provide evidence to corroborate Caroline Kean and Wiggin LLP's false statements to BUMP and Derek Banner and their failure to explain the discovered Internet Links to Wiggin LLP's clients' agreements with BUMP should suffice for solicitor Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson to advise Wiggin LLP's insurer HDI Global SE to indemnify BUMP to compensate for BUMP's financial loss, however Gary Oldroyd and Browne Jacobson have shown no legal basis for advising HDI Global SE to reject the indemnity claim and not to honour their policy agreement with their policyholder Wiggin LLP.