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Civil Fraud: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Answers for Your Clients

London

Answers to 13 Thorny Questions: Directly from 8 QCs and Solicitors of Outstanding Ability

Civil Fraud
Past Conference Documents

Double-Freezing - Victoria Windle, Blackstone Chambers

Double-Freezing - Victoria Windle, Blackstone Chambers (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) How do you gain an edge when facing multiple freezing injunctions from multiple claimants in multiple actions against a common defendant? To what extent can you double-freeze?

Unexplained Wealth Orders - Jonathan Fisher QC, Bright Line Law

Unexplained Wealth Orders - Jonathan Fisher QC, Bright Line Law (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) What is the potency of unexplained wealth orders in civil or cross border cases? How do you use them and resist them?

Foreign Judgements - Steven Thompson QC, XXIV Old Buildings

Foreign Judgements - Steven Thompson QC, XXIV Old Buildings (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) Drawing on live cases, how do you challenge the recognition of a foreign judgment? What will persuade a court that recognition is contrary to public policy?

Innovation - Philip Hinks, 3 Verulam Buildings

Innovation - Philip Hinks, 3 Verulam Buildings (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) Using CMOC as an example, how do you innovate when chasing bank accounts worldwide or securing orders, such as service through Whatsapp? What works and is feasible?

Busting Trusts - David Hughes, Stewarts Law

Busting Trusts - David Hughes, Stewarts Law (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) If a defendant is a beneficiary of an offshore trust, what are the secrets to busting the trust?

Disclosure - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers

Disclosure - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) What can you do - practically and legally - to limit disclosure under a freezing or proprietary order?

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