In this video, Byron James, Partner and Barrister at Expatriate Law, discusses with Ben Fearnley of 29 Bedford Row and Helen Brander of Pump Court Chambers on how to deal with digital fraud in family law. They discuss:

  • how documents/audio/visual evidence can be manipulated,
  • the general awareness of fraud amongst profession and general public,
  • judicial attitudes towards manipulated evidence and practical issues of presenting prima facie case, and
  • recent experiences.

Byron is based in our Dubai office and has an expert understanding of the local law and culture, in particular the way in which it affects expatriates. His caseload is diverse, he represents expatriates all over the world with clients in almost every continent. He specialises in all aspects of family law, ranging from divorce and financial remedy cases to disputes involving children.

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