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Special Report on

Fraudulent Trading and Vicarious Liability

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Rajesh Gill was a prolific and very successful day trader, nicknamed "the 7 to 7 man" because he turned a £7,000 fund into £7million through his trading activity in two years.  The two plaintiffs are special purpose vehicle companies ("Parabola" and "Tangent"), beneficially owned by Mr Gill and set up by him for the purpose of trading.  The three Defendants are two financial institutions which carried out stock-broking activities and the senior futures  broker assigned to Mr Gill's account, who worked first with the first defendant ("Union") and then with the second defendant ...
the responsibility of the superior for the acts of their subordinate, or, in a broader sense, the responsibility of any third party that had the "right, ability or duty to control" the activities of a violator. It can be distinguished from contributory liability , another form of secondary liability, which is rooted in the tort theory of enterprise liability .
132 Reasons Why Directors and Officers Need D&O Insurance
The struggling economy is transforming the business environment and exposing the “innocent party” or the company to insolvency. The decisions made by the companies Directors and Officers directly effect the future of a company. Recently, headlines were are made about the CEO’s and or it’s offices of banks who have made poor decisions and have driven their companies into bankruptcy.  Just in the third quarter of  2009,  lawsuits against Directors and Officers increased by 11% .  Below are 136 reason why D&O Insurance is needed.    1. Acquiescence to conduct of fellow directors engaged in improper activities.   market research, surveys and trends
Real Estate Disclosure and the Criminal Code Part 3
Since it is not the first place people will generally look for the source of the law in what would otherwise be a civil matter involving a contract between two parties, it is necessary to review some of the provisions. Quickly, to summarize there are definitions for fraudulent concealment (acts) and false pretences (words). There is also the matter of fraud, and some specific offences that relate to real estate transactions. Let’s have a look at section 386 of the Criminal Code : Fraudulent registration of title 386. Every one who, as principal or agent, in a proceeding to register title to real property, or in a ... market research, surveys and trends


vicarious and contributory trademark infringement and sets out the relevant ... over the Internet amounts to more than $30 billion worldwide and is certain to increase. This accounts for roughly 10 percent of the total counterfeit market, .... knowingly tolerates fraudulent material being sold on their site and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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and efficiency.32 A substantial majority (63 percent) of respondents indicated that “the litigation .... is the possibility of vicarious liability (i.e., liability for the acts of others), ..... FedEx Ground and a new $1 3 billion manufacturing facility by Toyota ..... The negative publicity surrounding fraudulent ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Fraudulent Trading and Vicarious Liability: Bank of India v Morris ...
Fraudulent Trading and Vicarious Liability: Bank of India v Morris. Look Chan Ho . Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, London and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
B206066.DOC - California Courts
The issue is pivotal because, for vicarious liability to attach through the ... a mortgage broker that processed a fraudulent loan submitted by a licensed .... in a “spot currency trading investment,” but was concerned it might impact ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Vicarious Liability for Bad Corporate Governance: Are We Wrong ...
trading price of the firmns shares. Put another way, the most fundamental conceit of the anti(vicarious liability critics qthat fraud must be the product of ...
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