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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?

Damage Awards - Stephen Smith QC, Erskine Chambers

Damage Awards - Stephen Smith QC, Erskine Chambers (International Civil Fraud, London, 28.11.18) Damage awards for conspiracy to breach a freezing order and contempt of court in the Ablyazov litigation: new and important innovations or damp squibs?

Disclosure - James Mather, Serle Court

Disclosure - James Mather, Serle Court (Cross-Border Fraud, London, 28.11.17) Where is the line when it comes to protecting sensitive documents from disclosure (or limiting the effect of an order for disclosure) in the context of investigations that include fraud and bankruptcy, Avonwick v Shlosberg?

Good Arguable Case - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers

Good Arguable Case - Richard Morgan QC, Maitland Chambers (Cross-Border Fraud, London, 28.11.17) Exploring the fringes of the case law, what is the meaning of “good arguable case” in the context of an application for a freezing order following PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov & others?

Offshore Trusts - Stephen Smith QC, Erskine Chambers

Offshore Trusts - Stephen Smith QC, Erskine Chambers (Cross-Border Fraud, London, 28.11.17) With reference to the Pugachev litigation, if your defendant is a beneficiary of an offshore trust, but discloses nothing more than that: how do you (1) get disclosure, (2) freeze those assets and (3) bust the trust?

3rd Parties Abroad - Steven Philippsohn, PCB Litigation

3rd Parties Abroad - Steven Philippsohn, PCB Litigation (Cross-Border Fraud, London, 28.11.17) What steps can claimants take against 3rd parties abroad if they assist a defendant in breaching a court order (such as a worldwide freezing order)? And how can those 3rd parties protect themselves?

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