In this Q&A session, with a focus on Competition Law, Martin Scott QC discusses the challenges and processes in cartel proceedings from investigation through to litigation and resolution. Focusing on the challenges confronting business and their in-house counsel in running cartel litigation, Martin provides insight into the investigation process, the factual complexity arising in framing the issues and arising from the tendency for cases to turn on inferences about “arrangements” or “understandings” and an overview of the issues arising on questions of liability and resolution.
This CPD seminar is a panel session on the Harper Review and the future direction of competition law. This CPD includes discussion on: areas of review, government response to recommended reforms, reform topics, expansion of competition prohibitions to government activity, removal of prohibitions and expansion and simplification of exemption regimes.
This seminar is presented by Catherine Devine. Ms. Devine is a barrister specialising in the area of child support. Ms. Devine discusses private school fees in the child support context. Ms. Devine advises on the process of forming these agreements, the factors to consider and the legal requirements the agreement must adhere to.
This CPD session highlights the assistance that forensic accountants and fraud investigators can provide to legal professionals, particularly in the investigation stages, and further in the analysis stages in fraud cases. Key areas covered in this CPD include: the costs & facts of fraud, bribery & corruption; cases studies; foreign bribery & corruption types of forensic accountants engagements; what forensic accountants and certified fraud examiners do, and compares the differences between auditing and forensic investigations.