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Offshore trusts - Andrew Onslow QC, 3VB

Offshore trusts - Andrew Onslow QC, 3VB How can fraudsters protect their assets in offshore trusts? Which methods and techniques will flush them out?

Inferences (NTS) - Steven Thompson QC, XXIV Old Buildings

Inferences (NTS) - Steven Thompson QC, XXIV Old Buildings How willing is the Court to accept inferences when pleading fraud, because the victim may not know any - or many - of the facts?

Damage Awards (NTS) - Stuart Adair, XXIV Old Buildings

Damage Awards (NTS) - Stuart Adair, XXIV Old Buildings Damage awards for conspiracy to breach a freezing order and contempt of Court: new and important innovations or damp squibs?

Insolvency - Catherine Addy QC, Maitland Chambers

Insolvency - Catherine Addy QC, Maitland Chambers Weighing up all the tactical scenarios, when will insolvency law powers turn the scales in your clients' favour when obtaining disclosure and investigating fraud?

Coterminous cases - Jonathan Fisher QC, Bright Line Law

Coterminous cases - Jonathan Fisher QC, Bright Line Law Can you coat-tail freezing actions brought by the police or make use of prosecution evidence? Considering the different burdens of proof, how do you progress the civil case if there are acquittals?

Parties unknown - Philip Young, Cooke, Young & Keidan

Parties unknown - Philip Young, Cooke, Young & Keidan How do you take action against parties unknown, concerning spear phishing, cyber-attacks and paying funds away to fraudsters' accounts?

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