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Montgomery and Ormerod on Fraud: Criminal Law and Procedure

Montgomery and Ormerod on Fraud: Criminal Law and Procedure (Loose Leaf)

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This definitive new work provides a comprehensive analysis of the investigation and prosecution of fraud offences in England and Wales. The discussion involves a critical analysis of the law, by reference to the policies, principles and practicalities of the criminal investigation and trial. The looseleaf covers the investigative, pre-trial, procedural and substantive law issues relating to fraud offences, as well as coverage of related topics such as corruption and money-laundering. Thirty specially commissioned chapters from acknowledged experts in the field are combined with all relevant materials to provide authoritative legal text and practical guidance in one volume. The practical and academic expertise of the Editors offers a unique combination not found in the existing works on fraud and related offences. As fraud law and procedure changes so rapidly, this work is published in loose-leaf format with regular updates (one in the first year, two thereafter) to provide the most comprehensive, analytical, and up-to-date fraud service available.

Clare Montgomery QC was named Crime Silk of the Year in the 2005 Chambers & Partners Bar Awards and is a highly respected specialist in white collar crime and extradition. She represented the Hong Kong socialite Madam Mo in her challenge to the constitutionality of the offence of conspiracy to defraud and appeared for General Pinochet in the case concerning the former Head of State of Chile. Clare is co-author with Clive Nicholls QC and Julian Knowles of the second edition of The Law of Extradition and Mutual Assistance (OUP, publishing August 2007, GBP145) and contributes the chapter on insolvency, the financial markets and commerce in Archbold Criminal Pleading Evidence and Practice (Sweet & Maxwell). Professor David Ormerod is Professor of Criminal Justice, at Queen Mary's College, University of London, a member of the Criminal Justice Council, and a barrister at 18 Red Lion Court, London. He is the leading academic on criminal law, and is editor of Smith and Hogan, Criminal Law (11th edn, 2005) and Smith and Hogan Cases and Materials on Criminal Law (9th edn, 2005). David is the Criminal Law Review Cases Editor; General Editor for Blackstone's Criminal Practice; and serves on the Editorial Boards of the International Journal of Evidence & Proof and Covert Policing Review. He lectures regularly to the profession and judiciary and has acted as a consultant to the Law Commission, Home Office and the Commonwealth Secretariat.

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