Fraud

30 January 2015

The court gives guidance on the hearing of applications brought by victims of fraud under section 281 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

The claimant investors (P) sought declarations under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 s.281 that part of a fund which was subject to a freezing order belonged to them.

9 September 2014

“Trusting” fraudulent family

In the case of Arthur James Watts v John Harris Watts (2014) the High Court has recently awarded damages for deceit and breach of trust to a claimant beneficiary who was the victim of a fraudulent misrepresentation made by a trustee.  

Fiona Simpson

26 August 2014

Corporate fraud – what is it and how should it be dealt with?

Corporate fraud is prolific in our society. What are the most common types of corporate fraud and how should they be dealt with?

4 July 2014

Ponzi schemes and boiler room frauds - if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is

Ponzi schemes and boiler room frauds are presented as ways to get-rich-quick.  How can you identify whether you have been a victim of these frauds and what civil actions could be taken going forward? 

4 June 2014

Civil fraud - a claim for deceit

The Judge in the recent case of Leni Gas and Oil Investments Ltd and another v Malta Oil Pty Ltd and another [2014] EWHC 893 examined the legal principles applicable to the tort of deceit.

Fiona Simpson

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