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International Commercial Fraud

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ISBN13: 9780752006178
ISBN: 0752006177
Published: December 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, 2 Volumes
Price: Out of print



This important new two-volume work comprehensively covers the legal and practical issues that arise when commercial fraud is alleged or suspected. The work balances the practical implications of a global fraud with the underlying legal issues. It directs the practitioner to the factors that need to be considered in the first few hours and days after a fraud has been discovered, and shows how to co-ordinate the ensuing international litigation, with advice on case management and tactics.
* Sets out the key principles of civil and criminal law in the UK and elsewhere in the world
* Deals with every aspect of commercial fraud, including specialist sections dealing with banking, insurance and insolvency, as well as media and reputation
* Contains precedents and checklists * Features detailed advice for setting up investigations, reporting to the police and authorities, dealing with the media, jurisdictional issues, injunctions, regulatory matters and international co-operation between courts
* Focuses on key tax havens which regularly feature in fraud cases.

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Subjects:
International Trade, International Criminal Law
Contents:
Introduction.
Investigations.
Principles of civil law.
Principles of criminal law.
Jurisdiction issues.
International judicial assistance.
Using injunctions as a tool of investigation and to secure assets.
Regulatory issues, banking law, media law, insurance law, insolvency law.
Special jurisdictions: Bahamas
Cayman Islands
Dutch Antilles
Guernsey
Isle of Man
Jersey
Liechtenstein
Panama
Switzerland
USA.