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Freezing order made against unknown parties

Claire Kitchen

Posted by Claire Kitchen | Partner
on 14th March 2018

HHJ Waksman has recently granted a freezing order against persons unknown, in the case of CMOC v Persons Unknown.The case CMOC were the victims of fraud. An unknown person or people (the fraudster) infiltrated the email address of a member of senior management. The fraudster then sent out emails in the senior manager’s name asking for payments to be made out of the company’s bank accounts. CMOC lost in the region of £6.3 million due to the scam.CMOC applied for a worldwide freezing order (WFO) against the fraudsters.

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Changing Practices – the future starts now

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on 12th March 2018

The legal world is changing – to survive, family lawyers will need to consider new and innovative ways to provide services to their clients.On a freezing cold afternoon at the tail end of November last year, several dedicated Resolution members met in a basement in central London to discuss the changing face of family law practice and how to continue providing the best service to our clients.

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