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* Fraud and Risk in Commercial Law

* Fraud and Risk in Commercial Law
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This book focuses on contemporary problems related to fraud and risk in commercial law.

It has been said by some that we are in a 'golden age of fraud'. In part this has been caused by globalisation, technological changes and the financialisation of business. This has resulted in the creation of automated linkages with integrated supply chains and the creation of systemic risks, which have been exacerbated by new forms of intangible assets like tokens and their ease of movement. While regulation has ebbed and flowed given the desire of governments to generate economic growth, as well as the distrust of their coercive powers, the courts have sought to strike a balance between considerations such as commercial certainty and fairness.

The book provides an analysis of key contemporary issues on the theme of fraud and risk in commercial law, including: technology and fraud, secondary liability and 'failure to prevent' economic crime, abuse of business entities, insolvency and creditor protection, injunctions and other orders, cross-border issues, the relationship between regulation and private law, and solutions for policy makers.

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1. Negotiating a Brave New World, Fraud and Risk in Modern Commercial Law, Andrew Phang SJ SC (Singapore Management University)
2. Force Majeure Clauses: Character, Scope and Protection, Michael Bridge (National University of Singapore)
3. Managing Fraud Risk in the Age of AI, Chris Bruner (University of Georgia, USA)
4. Where's Wall-E? Corporate Fraud in the Digital Age, Elise Bant (The University of Western Australia)
5. From Customer to Creditor: Consumer Risk and Protection During Central Cryptocurrency Exchange Insolvencies, Justin Lim (Nanyang Business School, Singapore)
6. Blockchain Tokenisation: 'NFTy' trick or Griftonomics? Kelvin FK Low (National University of Singapore) and Timothy Chan (National University of Singapore)
7. The Mareva Injunction and Crypto Fraud, Yip Man (Singapore Management University)
8. Subordination of the Wrongdoer in Tracing Claims, Magda Raczysnka (University College London, UK)
9. The Proprietary Consequences of Fraud, Bill Swadling (University of Oxford, UK)
10. Agency Law and the Protection of Third Parties (and Principals) – Whither the Balance? Tan Cheng Han SC (National University of Singapore)
11. Settling Fraudulent Claims, Paul S Davies (University College London, UK)
12. Insurance of Commodities Fraud, Özlem Gürses (King's College London, UK)
13. Preventing Fraud on Bank Customers and Creditors, Hans Tjio (National University of Singapore)
14. Mind your Own (Micro)Business: Fraud, Risk and Microbusinesses, Jodi Gardner (University of Auckland, New Zealand) and Devon Airey (3 Verulam Buildings, UK)
15. Should the Delaware Caremark Fiduciary Duty be Part of the Corporate Governance Regime in English Law? Weiming Tan (National University of Singapore)
16. China's Corporate Credit System and The Boundaries of Corporate Liability, Virginia Harper Ho (City University Hong Kong)