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Visiting professor quoted in banker multibillion fraud case

14 December 2010

Barrister and author Mark Watson-Gandy is a visiting professor at the University of Westminster’s School of Law and lectures on the Corporate Finance Law LLM. He has recently been quoted by the press in what is thought to be the world’s largest fraud case.

Mark Watson-Gandy was quoted as saying:

“Receivership orders and freezing injunctions are the nuclear weapons in the court's armoury to try to ensure judgments bite."

For the full release, view the press release here: London-based banker accused of multibillion fraud hit by record court ruling

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