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

London, 21st November 2019

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?

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?

Social Media - Philip Young, Cooke, Young & Keidan

Social Media - Philip Young, Cooke, Young & Keidan How can you use social media to your advantage both as a claimant and a defendant, supported by specific examples of orders that have been made?

Insolvency (NTS) - Marcia Shekerdemian QC, Wilberforce Chambers

Insolvency (NTS) - Marcia Shekerdemian QC, Wilberforce 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?

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?

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?

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?

Disclosure - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers

Disclosure - 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?

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?

Contempt, damages and privilege - Jeffrey Gruder QC, Essex Court Chambers

Contempt, damages and privilege - Jeffrey Gruder QC, Essex Court Chambers How has Ablyazov litigation changed existing thinking on contempt, damages and privilege? How can you expect the judges to react?

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