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Commercial fraud - law & practice

Event date: 12/10/17

Part One: "Analysing and Preparing Fraud Claims" - Chaired by Lord Neuberger

05:45: Michael Swainston QC - The importance of forensic analysis
18:55: Ben Woolgar - Unlawful means conspiracy
31:25: Joanne Box - Fraud in letters of credit cases
45:00: Alec Haydon - Pre-action disclosure out of the jurisdiction

56:30: Round table discussion/ Q&A. Panel: Lord Neuberger and Mark Howard QC

Part Two: "Litigating Fraud Claims" - Chaired by Sir Christopher Clarke

00:15: Tim Lord QC - Disclosure issues
11:25: Paul Wright - Freezing Orders and enforcement against assets of third parties
26:50: Edward Ho - Interim remedies against third parties in arbitral proceedings
40:00: Harry Matovu QC - Witness evidence at trial
58:50: Stephen Ruttle QC and Tony Willis - Negotiating fraud claims

1:16:10: Round table discussion/ Q&A. Panel: Sir Christopher Clarke and Tony Willis


Part one

Part two



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