Arlidge and Parry on Fraud, 5th Edition

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Arlidge and Parry on Fraud, 5th Edition

Author Anthony Arlidge, Alexander Milne, Polly Sprenger, Jonathan Fisher
Publication Date 5th South Asian Edition 2019
ISBN 9789389407396
Format Hardcover
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell

 

Providing a comprehensive overview of fraud legislation Arlidge & Parry on Fraud explains the fundamentals and defines crucial concepts. The book examines and analyses the law, providing strategic assistance in difficult situations. It also includes tips on how to present a fraud case so that you can be confident you're following the right steps and avoiding blunders.

It incorporates pertinent case law to ensure that you are completely informed about recent developments and their implications. Furthermore, it explains the consequences of each offence using instances of legislation and case law, allowing you to construct the best possible argument.

The work covers laws, SIs, and where applicable, sections of Acts, ensuring that you have access to all of the essential statutory and associated fundamental documents. Offenses are dealt with in their own unique chapters due to the user-friendly style. This makes it even simpler to rapidly locate the information you want, saving you time and effort.

Written by Anthony Arlidge QC, Jonathan Fisher QC, Alexander Milne QC, and Polly Sprenger, the book is an excellent source of knowledge that will take you through the complicated topic of fraud law.

>The basic ideas and notion of fraud are explained.
>Sets forth a comprehensive list of fraud-related offences, ranging from financial services and insider trading to wrongful trading and computer abuse, as well as corporate and insolvency fraud, false representation, and forgery.
>The features of each sort of fraud are discussed, as well as the legal considerations that apply.
>Describes the many contexts in which crimes may be committed.
>International fraud is taken into consideration.
>The powers of the Serious Fraud Office are discussed.
>Covers the investigation and punishment of fraud.
>Examines many topics of evidence in the context of fraud cases.
>Provides guidance on how to present a fraud case.
>Jonathan Fisher QC has totally rewritten the Tax Chapter.
>Inclusion of the new 'failure to prevent' charge's draught details
>Polly Sprenger and the Eversheds team have written a new chapter on private prosecutions.

The first addition to Arlidge and Parry on Fraud updates the fifth edition to include:

Sections 45 and 46 of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 create two new corporate criminal offences if a corporation or partnership fails to prevent a connected person from aiding tax evasion in the UK or overseas.
Ivey v Genting Casinos, a case involving the definition of dishonesty, which overruled the "Ghosh test" in favour of a more objective standard.
Bitter v FCA and Hayes v FCA dealt with motions for a stay in civil proceedings if criminal prosecutions were pending at the same time.
R v Evans, a case that looked at new sentencing criteria for situations involving the illegal distribution of copyright-infringing publications.
Hudson v CPS dealt with the question of when an uninhabited home ceases to be a "dwelling" for the purposes of a burglary charge.
On the admission of "working materials" in Jurecka v R

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