Through regular meetings and seminars, CFLA members have the opportunity to expand and exchange knowledge on key commercial fraud topics.

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  • Unlawful Means Conspiracy and Knowledge of Unlawfulness - Continued Chaos

    Matthew Bradley of 4 New Square considers whether a claimant must prove knowledge of the fact of unlawfulness on a defendant’s part, in order to establish an unlawful means conspiracy. This article discusses two divergent first instance decisions handed down in February and May 2019 (Stobart Group v Tinkler and The Racing Partnership Ltd v Done Brothers), each of which follows a different line of Court of Appeal authority on the point. It addresses how this set-to goes to the very heart of the tort of unlawful means conspiracy, and the potential implications for litigants seeking to bring claims in the economic torts.

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Wed, 15 Jan 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

False statements made to investors in listed shares: where are we now?

Peter de Verneuil Smith QC of 3 Verulam Buildings will consider the latest developments on claims or intimated claims involving frauds on investors in publicly listed companies.

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