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Containing comprehensive coverage of recent changes, the book deals extensively with the Fraud Act 2006, going on to explain the particular types of fraud activity that are charged, from the everyday bread and butter work that most lawyers experience on a daily basis through to the more specialist areas such as Ponzi Fraud, Boiler room fraud, insider dealing and carbon credit fraud.

This new edition is fully revised with key developments including:

- The meaning of 'dishonesty' as clarified by the Supreme Court in respect of civil proceedings in Genting Casinos v Ivey [2017] UKSC 67 and subsequently in respect of criminal proceedings in Barton & Booth [2020] EWCA Crim 575
- The dangers of instructing experts without sufficient expertise
- Dismissal of applications following SFO v Barclays Plc [2018] EWHC 3055
- Attorney General's Guidelines on Disclosure 2022
- CPIA Code of Practice 2020
- Digital material and reasonable lines of enquiry

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Table of Contents

1 The Fraud Act 2006
2 Conspiracy to Defraud
3 Prevalent types of Fraud
4 Search and Seizure
5 Alternatives to Prosecution
6 Preparatory Hearing / Case management / Interlocutory hearing
7 Disclosure
8 Abuse of Process
9 Sentencing

Product details

Published 23 Jan 2025
Format Ebook (Epub & Mobi)
Edition 2nd
Extent 488
ISBN 9781526528360
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Series Criminal Practice Series
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

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