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Multiple breaches of worldwide freezing orders (WFOs) in contempt of court can form the basis of an action for damages caused by 'unlawful means' conspiracy, the UK's highest court has confirmed. 22 Mar 2018
The ease and growth of so-called 'invoice hijacking' fraud cases should be seen as a warning by businesses and individuals to be careful before sending fund transfers, an expert has warned. 07 Feb 2018
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A case before the UK's Supreme Court is set to provide guidance on whether and to what extent internet service providers (ISPs) will be expected to pick up the cost of blocking customers' access to websites that facilitate the sale of fake goods, an intellectual... 30 Jan 2018
Fraudsters are targeting confidential information held by businesses more than money, stock or other physical assets, a security consultancy has reported. 22 Jan 2018
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