We are delighted to have been invited to engage in a co-marketing Partnership with one of the industries’ most prestigious conference organisers OffshoreAlert, representing London 2023, Bangkok 2024, Miami 2024 https://www.offshorealert.com/events/ifg/ Event Information OffshoreAlert London December 4 – 5, 2023 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London St Paul’s 10 Godliman St., London, United Kingdom Launched
The International Fraud Group were delighted to sponsor the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime in their 40th Year. Gary Miller, Partner and Head of Asia Desk at Mishcon de Reya LLP convened a panel on “The Impact of Culture on Fraud Investigations” and was joined by Tom Littlechild (Wells Fargo), Tyler Hodgson (The World
Guarantees have been described as the lifeblood of international commerce, but determining whether an instrument is a “see to it” or an “on demand” guarantee is not always straightforward. In this article we consider the different approaches taken by the English Commercial Court and Court of Appeal in Shanghai Shipyard Co Ltd v Reignwood International
In MUR Shipping BV v RTI Ltd, a decision arising in the context of a contract of affreightment, the English Court of Appeal has raised interesting questions as to the lengths commercial parties may be expected to go to in force majeure circumstances. Read the full article on Mishcon.com here.
In NKD Maritime Limited V Bart Maritime (No. 2) Inc the English Commercial Court considered whether a purchaser under a ship sale agreement was entitled to terminate on the basis of force majeure provisions. Our article, which you can read on Mishcon.com here, considers the dangers of wrongful termination and best practice for drafting force
We are excited to announce that we are a media partner for C5 Group’s inaugural Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery event that is taking place from October 26-27, 2023, in Paris. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet with the “who’s who” of the community at this truly unique, interactive program! Network and engage with Solicitors
Crypto fraud losses in the UK have increased by 40% in the past year according to Action Fraud. Mishcon de Reya’s Rhymal Persad, Sofia Berggren and Philippa Rees explore Piroozzadeh v Persons Unknown, and the increase in crypto-related fraud cases brought before the English Courts. High Court sets aside injunction granted against Binance: are we going to see more
Fraud and asset recovery cases are increasingly being fought against unidentified defendants, as individuals hide behind computers, fake emails and false online personas. Rhymal Persad, Philippa Rees and Jordan Harrison of our member firm Mishcon de Reya explore the importance of disclosure orders, and the challenges of seeking them from foreign banks: Asset tracing in fraud cases: navigating