Jane Colston, a Brown Rudnick Litigation Partner, and Jessica Lee, a Brown Rudnick Lawyer, will be featured speakers during the “Business Fraud: A Legal Update” conference hosted by the Legal Training Consultancy. The event takes place 30 September 2021 at 9:45 BST.

Business Fraud: A Legal Update is an online conference featuring a panel of 8 speakers, all of whom are highly experienced specialists in Business Fraud. These speakers will discuss the complexities of the practical aspects of the latest issues and new twists on perennial problems. The event also features panelists: Alistair Webster QC from 33 Chancery Lane, Ian Smith from 33 Chancery Lane, Stuart Adair from XXIV Old Buildings, Steven Philippsohn from Asserson Law Offices, Jeremy Barnett from St Paul's Chambers, Patrick Rappo from DLA Piper, William Christopher from Kingsley Napley LLP, and Jason Woodland from Peters & Peters.

Jane centres her practice on complex cross-border litigation, including high-value civil fraud cases. She has wide-ranging expertise in all aspects of asset recovery, including delivery up, freezing, search and disclosure orders. Jess has broad experience in complex and high value commercial litigation with particular experience in civil fraud, company and shareholder disputes, and financial services. The Legal Training Consultancy is a multi-faceted full-service training consultancy focusing on the training needs of law firms and barristers chambers.

The topics to be covered are listed below:

  • Tax Fraud
  • How can businesses access financial justice after suffering fraud?
  • Liability for losses arising from Business Email Compromise Fraud
  • Conducting a Complex AML Investigation
  • Remedies available to victims of fraud in the civil courts
  • Recent developments in asset recovery cases, including freezing and disclosure orders
  • Digital fraud, including cryptocurrency fraud
  • Recent developments on contempt

To register for the event, please click here. Contacts of Brown Rudnick can use promo code BR1 when booking to obtain 25% off the ticket price.