Fraud

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

2 February 2018

A recent court ruling on the forfeiture rule

The High Court recently exercised its discretion pursuant to Section 2 of the Forfeiture Act 1982 (“FA 1982”) in the case of Macmillan Cancer Support v Hayes and Long [2017] EWHC 3110

Katherine Pymont

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