Evening Standard article

I am delighted to have been mentioned in yesterday’s Evening Standard newspaper. Aside from my personal pleasure, the article concerned is worth reading for not only divorce lawyers but also civil and criminal litigators and fraud experts also. The recent cases relating to assets being hidden and/or dissipated in divorces involving wealthy couples are indicative

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I am delighted to have been mentioned in yesterday’s Evening Standard newspaper. Aside from my personal pleasure, the article concerned is worth reading for not only divorce lawyers but also civil and criminal litigators and fraud experts also.

The recent cases relating to assets being hidden and/or dissipated in divorces involving wealthy couples are indicative of a trend for a greater degree of convergence between civil and criminal law, which has hitherto been largely confined to fraud cases. The recent divorce case also indicates a much needed toughening up of the Courts approach to contempt of court. A good read all in all.

 You can also see the PDF here – Evening Standard Article DJR 250113

 

David Rosen

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