Following Peter Eguae‘s recent podcast on the Law Commission’s recent consultation on reform of communications offences, we are delighted to present a series of short webinars covering key aspects of cyber crime. Each session will be presented by a different member of our Crime & Financial Crime Teams.

The talks will be delivered via live webinar between 5 & 6pm, with an opportunity to ask our team questions at the end.

The programme is as follows:

Webinar 1 – Thursday 11th March – Andrew Wheeler QC & Peter Eguae

– An introduction to Cyber Crime

To sign up to attend this session please click here.

Webinar 2 – Tuesday 30th March – David Matthew, Peter Eguae & Vittoria Trigilio 

E-disclosure/discovery, private prosecutions and alternative remedies:

– Law of E discovery and disclosure
– FX/trading platform frauds, tracing, alternative remedies
– Private Prosecutions

To sign up to attend this session please click here.

Webinar 3 – Thursday 22nd April – Andrew Wheeler QC, Peter Eguae & Jas Jandu

Cybercrime & Cryptoassets:

– Cross-Border Issues & Jurisdiction
– Regulatory & AML Issues
– The FCA’s Approach

To sign up to attend this session please click here.

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