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A Practitioner's Guide to Commercial and Cyber Fraud: Claiming Compensation in the Civil and Criminal Courts


ISBN13: 9781526509789
To be Published: February 2020
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £150.00



Fraud on businesses is a perennial problem and the levels of fraud reported in England and Wales are increasing year on year, especially in relation to cyber fraud. With cases of this nature being brought before both civil and criminal courts lawyers specialising in fraud litigation need to have combined civil/criminal expertise to be able to properly advise their clients.

A Practitioner's Guide to Commercial and Cyber Fraud: Claiming Compensation in the Civil and Criminal Courts provides practical as well as legal guidance to in house lawyers and fraud practitioners who are representing clients in both the civil and criminal courts.

Explaining both the law and the strategic and practical choices for lawyers when deciding whether to pursue civil justice, criminal justice, or both in parallel, it also sets out the advantages and disadvantages of each and the conflicts between the systems.

It also contains a cohesive analysis of the criminal (public law) framework for international criminal cases from the perspective of a victim-claimant.

Subjects:
Commercial Law, IT and Internet Law
Contents:
Chapter 1: Objectives and Options
Chapter 2: Private Investigations and Tracing and Securing Assets in the Civil Courts
Chapter 3: Civil Court Claims
Chapter 4: Claims within Criminal Investigations and Criminal Court Prosecutions
Chapter 5: International Cases and Enforcement