Members of 3VB’s Civil Fraud Team are proud to present a series of morning talks in a digestible form.
In the fifth of this series, Matthew Parker QC and Emmanuel Sheppard look at the recent Court of Appeal decision in Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter  EWCA Civ 339 and how a Defendant can be held to have deliberately concealed a relevant fact by recklessly failing to disclose the fact of a commission. The speakers will consider how the Court of Appeal viewed the objective and subjective elements to the test for recklessness as well as the court’s general approach to deliberate concealment under s32.
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