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Hacked Emails And Fraudulent Accounts – A Modern Tale
The increased digitalisation of commercial transactions has encouraged criminals to find new ways to defraud their
UK
5 Aug 2019
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Fraud: Court Of Appeal Expresses Contempt For Discontinuance Tactic
The Court of Appeal recently granted an insurer's appeal against an order refusing permission to bring contempt proceedings against a Claimant who had discontinued his action.
UK
7 Jun 2019
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Zagora Management Limited v Zurich Insurance Plc And Others - Costs
Judge provides useful insight into admissible, non-Part 36 offers In its recent costs decision in Zagora Management Limited v Zurich Insurance Plc and Others [2019] EWHC 257 (TCC)...
UK
2 May 2019
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Pulp Fiction! Insurance Fraudster Sentenced For Slip-And-Trip Orange Carton Scam
A 41-year-old former law student from Dewsbury was today sentenced to 21 months for pretending to trip over a crate of orange juice cartons in a supermarket and claim for her injuries.
UK
15 Apr 2019
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Cum/Ex Scandal – Impact On The Financial Services Industry
Since 2011, investigations into dividend arbitrage transactions have been and still are ongoing in Germany and, in total, approximately 100 financial institutions are said to be subject to investigations.
UK
2 Apr 2019
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Be Firm When Alleging Fraud, Or It Could Be Grounds For Punitive Damages
When denying coverage based on fraud, an insurer should be clear the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled.
Canada
8 Feb 2019
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Deferred Prosecution Agreements - Should They Be Taken Off The Shelves?
Since the introduction of Deferred Prosecution Agreements into the UK in February 2014 there have been four reported cases to date.
UK
30 Jan 2019
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Cyber Fraud – Follow The Money
In 2018 we saw clients of all sizes, sectors and domicile affected by cyber-security breaches.
UK
25 Jan 2019
9
International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V10
The commodities markets have seen some turmoil over the last 8 months globally.
Worldwide
25 Jan 2019
10
Fraud Claims - 2018 In Review
Despite the efforts of many in the Claimant lobby, the Civil Liability Act was the headline act last year in the fight against fraud.
UK
23 Jan 2019
11
Cyber Fraud - Follow The Money
In 2018 we saw clients of all sizes, sectors and domicile affected by cyber-security breaches. Perhaps the most prevalent in the commodities and trading sector ...
UK
21 Jan 2019
12
Section 57 To Deter Fundamentally Dishonest Claims
In the fact of the incoming Civil Liability Bill, we expect Claimants to adjust their tactics to increase the value of claims.
UK
8 Jan 2019
13
Fraudulent Wire Transfer Scams Will Continue To Increase
Insurers must be ready to meet the challenge.
United States
3 Jan 2019
14
ASEAN Insights: The Direction Of Transparency And Corrupt Practices In The Region
In most of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations countries, corruption remains endemic and deep rooted, steeped in a tradition of political and business patronage.
Singapore
27 Dec 2018
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Fraudulent Claims Result In Custodial Sentences
Contempt proceedings were brought on behalf of Admiral Insurance following the failed attempt by the three Defendants to make fraudulent insurance claims in relation to a staged road traffic accident.
UK
26 Nov 2018
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Terry v BCS Corporate Acceptances: Judgment Obtained By Fraud
Court of Appeal rejects attempt to strike out a claim after judgment allegedly obtained by fraud
UK
14 Nov 2018
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Hosking v Apax Partners: Indemnity Costs Following Discontinuance
Judge holds defendant entitled to indemnity costs following discontinuance
UK
7 Nov 2018
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Stati V The Republic Of Kazakhstan [2018] EWCA Civ 1896
Court of Appeal considers the test for setting aside a notice of discontinuance
UK
24 Oct 2018
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Negligent Solicitors Firm Cannot Rely On Illegality Defence Despite Mortgage Fraud By The Claimant
The Court of Appeal has ruled that there was a genuine public interest in ensuring a conveyancing solicitors' client could recover damages for negligence ...
UK
19 Oct 2018
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Who Pays For Property Fraud?
The Court of Appeal has ruled on two important high profile cases involving fraudsters (imposters) selling residential property.
UK
1 Oct 2018
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