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Confidentiality Clubs - A Departure From Open Justice?
This latter issue came before the High Court in The Libyan Investment Authority v Société Générale SA and others [2015] EWHC 550 (QB), [2015] All ER (D) 69 (Apr).
UK
21 May 2018
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Fraud Insights: Failure To Prevent Facilitation Of Tax Evasion
The new regime of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion came into force on 30 September 2017, pursuant to Part 3 of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 (the "Act").
UK
27 Feb 2018
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Shaping The Tort Of Malicious Prosecution Of Civil Claims
Until relatively recently, a defendant that had successfully defended a maliciously advanced civil claim was prevented from bringing a claim for malicious prosecution against that claimant...
UK
1 Feb 2018
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Fraud Insights: Malicious Prosecution Of Civil Claims
Until relatively recently, a defendant that had successfully defended a maliciously advanced civil claim was prevented from bringing a claim for malicious prosecution against that claimant in respect of the damage caused.
UK
30 Jan 2018
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Knock, Knock, Beware
Company directors must know their rights when confronted with allegations of fraud. In the first bulletin of this series, we set out a brief explanation of the types of "Without Notice Order" that can be obtained against an individual and their intended purpose. In the second bulletin we set out the basic Dos and Don'ts guide for anyone served with a Search Order or Freezing Order. In this bulletin we consider how and when it is best to respond to "Without Notice Orders".
UK
23 Mar 2007
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Bank Catches Cold from Freezing Orders
Where a bank has been notified that a customer's account is the subject of a freezing order and yet allows money to be withdrawn from that account in breach of the order, the bank can be held liable in negligence to the party that has obtained the order
UK
4 Aug 2005
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High-Tech Fraud Alert
Over the last few months, we have noticed an increasingly sophisticated use of technology both in the perpetration of frauds and also in attempts to conceal evidence of the fraud from any subsequent investigation. Prime examples include insiders (usually employees) at major financial institutions diverting funds through misuse of those institutions' own systems after weaknesses had been identified by the fraudsters. We have also seen attempts to erase data which would provide evidence of fra
UK
9 Feb 2005
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