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Commercial and, increasingly, cyber fraud are massive problems for businesses. With many very likely to become or already have become victims.
It is estimated that there are over five million incidents of fraud and two million cyber-related crimes committed annually in the UK costing approximately £193 billion with organisations losing £183 billion per year. Understanding how to deal with fraud cases is now, more than ever, a necessity for businesses.
Commercial and Cyber Fraud: A Guide to Justice for Busineses equips its readers to deal with post-fraud litigation responses available to businesses. Aimed at owners and managers of small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and in-house lawyers and officers in large corporations, it is aimed at busineses who have no experience or limited experience of the law in fraud cases.
The title is laid out thematically in an approximately chronological order, from discovery of the crime and consideration of options, through engaging lawyers, early interventions to secure assets in the hands of fraudsters and culminating in sections on legal rights and processes, including court trials. The book also contains an introduction to cross-border cases and for lawyers dealing with international frauds.