Franco-British Panel Discussion on Fraud Investigations

When:
20/11/2014 @ 17:00 – 19:30
2014-11-20T17:00:00+00:00
2014-11-20T19:30:00+00:00
Where:
Wallace Space - Clerkenwell
18 Clerkenwell Green
London EC1R
UK
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Marie-Blanche Camps (Administrator of the FBLS)

Franco-British Panel Discussion on Fraud Investigation

Our  cross  jurisdictional  panel  of  speakers  will  discuss  the  cultural  and  legal  approaches  to  fraud investigations in France, England and Wales, and on a cross-border level.

Flyer Panel Discussion on Fraud Investigations (PDF)

This event will address the issues from the perspective of both individuals and corporate entities. The speakers will:

  • examine the remedies potentially available to fraud victims and how fraud is investigated on the civil and criminal litigation fronts in France, England and on a cross-border level;
  • consider best practice for internal investigations, including those having cross-border implications;
  • provide tips for defendants (including company directors and senior managers) facing internal and/or regulatory investigations or fraud proceedings;
  • highlight the recent cultural shifts and how technology and best practice can help manage certain risks as well as data management and transfer

PANEL

The event will be chaired by Caroline Jan, Commercial Litigation Solicitor at Kingsley Napley LLP and active member of the Franco-British Lawyers Society.

REGISTRATION

Registration is from 5:00pm with a prompt start at 5:30pm.

This free event is kindly sponsored and hosted by Kingsley Napley LLP. It will be followed by a drinks reception.

To register your attendance (places are limited), please contact the Administrator of the Franco- British Lawyers Society by email: fbls@outlook.com.

This event is accredited for 2 hours of CPD points with the SRA, Bar Standards Board, Ilex and the Ecole de Formation du Barreau.

Non-members are encouraged to join the Franco-British Lawyers Society.

Kingsley Napley LLP is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

 

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