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

On-demand, United Kingdom

Answers to 12 thorny questions: Directly from 9 QCs and senior juniors of outstanding ability

Civil Fraud
Past Conference Documents

Email hacking fraud - Stuart Adair, XXIV Old Buildings

Email hacking fraud (business email compromise/BEC) - Stuart Adair, XXIV Old Buildings

Inferences - Steven Gee QC, Monckton Chambers

Inferences - Steven Gee QC, Monckton Chambers How willing is the Court to accept inferences when pleading fraud, because the victim may not know any - or many - of the facts? How strong should the case be before starting out?

Offshore trusts - Andrew Onslow QC, 3 Verulam Buildings

Offshore trusts - Andrew Onslow QC, 3 Verulam Buildings Mezhprom v. Pugachev: can fraudsters safely protect their assets in offshore trusts? Which methods and techniques will flush them out?

Disclosure (NTS) - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers

Disclosure (NTS) - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers Against a backdrop of recent and live cases, to what extent has the full and frank disclosure requirement morphed into a duty of fair presentation? What can you realistically ask for or hold back?

Inferences (NTS 1) - Steven Gee QC, Monckton Chambers

Inferences (NTS 1) - Steven Gee QC, Monckton Chambers How willing is the Court to accept inferences when pleading fraud, because the victim may not know any - or many - of the facts? How strong should the case be before starting out?

Inferences (NTS 2) - Steven Gee QC, Monckton Chambers

Inferences (NTS 2) - Steven Gee QC, Monckton Chambers How willing is the Court to accept inferences when pleading fraud, because the victim may not know any - or many - of the facts? How strong should the case be before starting out?

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