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In hot pursuit: The use of flexible remedies and procedures to combat fraud

In the spring issue of Harbour View, Paul Lowenstein QC and Matthew McGhee discuss the remedies and procedures to combat fraud and give practical points of consideration for lawyers and claimants involved in these cases.

Amongst the points of discussion, Paul and Matthew explore the development of the ‘persons unknown’ jurisdiction, as evidenced by the groundbreaking cyber fraud case CMOC v Persons Unknown [2018] EWHC 2230, the court’s willingness to support fraud investigations and post-judgment freezing orders.

Harbour View is a publication by Harbour Litigation Funding featuring topical articles both by Harbour Litigation Funding members and guest authors.

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