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Fraud Newsletter 66- April 2022

Fraud Newsletter No 66 - Apr 22 (7 downloads)

CASES

Ransomware injunctions: private hearing for prohibitory and mandatory injunction banning publication of confidential information obtained in cyber-attack: Ince Group v Persons Unknown: [2022] EWHC 808 (QB). For an example of such an order see: XXX v Persons unknown Order: Claim No. QB-2022-001083 12 Apr 22. 

SCPO applications must contain name and address of the prosecutor and prosecuting authority, otherwise procedural irregularity: Shirley [2022] EWCA Crim 475 

S1 Fraud Act: failing to disclose income from subletting: Zeroual [2022] EWCA Crim 288 


SENTENCING AND CONFISCATION

Insolvency: failure to disclose assets to the OR: 2½ years after trial Boris Becker sentencing remarks: 29 Apr 22  

Matrimonial home in husband’s name – wife’s “contribution to the family” not irrelevant: 50% to wife: Lam [2022] EWCA Crim 448. 


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Tony Shaw QC

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