Fraud

28 November 2019

Contempt of court: the prospect of prison, even before proceedings are issued

The Courts are cracking down on those who fail to abide by, or act in complete disregard of, court orders and procedures. Individuals and companies alike should be aware that their actions, even before proceedings are issued, can come under the remit of the Court , their actions can be found to be in contempt of court and significant sanctions can be imposed.

Emily Greig

24 July 2019

Freezing Injunctions: Which assets are covered by a standard freezing order?

What is considered an 'asset' in freezing orders?

Hannah Fitzwilliam

2 August 2018

Court unlikely to depart from default position of full disclosure (PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov and others)

This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Dispute Resolution on 27 July 2018

Fiona Simpson

15 June 2018

Serious and organised crime threats to the UK: 2018 and beyond

Last month the National Crime Agency (‘NCA’) published its annual strategic assessment of Serious and Organised Crime (‘SOC’) in the UK. The data has come from a variety of law enforcement agencies and other sources including the National Cyber Security Centre (‘NCSC’).

Maeve Keenan

15 May 2018

Insider fraud in charities: prevention is better than cure

The Charity Commission for England and Wales has published a report outlining its findings into how insider fraud, namely fraud committed by a trustee, staff member or volunteer, is affecting charities. 

Katherine Pymont

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