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Criminal & Civil Interaction: White Collar, Wing Collar

When 9 October 2017
from 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
CPD accreditation
1.50 hours
Where Main Hall, Gray's Inn
Contact Name
Contact Phone 07791 398254
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Chair: Andrews J

Panel: Lexa Hilliard QC, Fenella Morris QC, Mark Rainsford QC

  • Lexa Hilliard QC - Proceeds of Crime, corporate insolvency and the international dimension.  Her focus will be mainly on the threats to liquidation or administration from foreign inward requests for restraint or similar orders when contrasted to the protections available in a purely domestic context.
  • Fenella Morris QC - The Criminal Justice System – help or hindrance to those responsible for professional discipline and regulation? The talk will touch on procedural, evidential, and strategic issues from the perspective of regulators, professionals and those seeking redress for alleged wrongs.
  • Mark Rainsford QC - Pleasures and pitfalls: a short walk through some issues that arise in cases where criminal and civil jurisdictions overlap. This talk briefly covers aspects of privilege against self-incrimination in global investigations, contempt of court, collateral use of documents, litigation strategy and more.

For Chancery Bar Association members only.

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Learning Objectives: To increase awareness and technical knowledge of the present state of, and developments in, the interaction between criminal and civil law.

Rationale: To be better educated on the current developments and likely future application in relation to the interaction between criminal and civil proceedings.