9780199672950

Insider Dealing: Law and Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9780199672950

  • ISBN10:

    0199672954

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 12/1/2013
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Summary

Insider Dealing: Law and Practice is the first work to offer a detailed treatment of the rapidly developing law and practice relating to the complex area of insider dealing. Since R v McQuoid and Melbourne, and R v Uberoi, there has been a steady increase in the volume and severity of insider dealing prosecutions and civil market abuse proceedings. This text provides a detailed analytical critique of the recent cases and developments, including treatment of the background to this area, all cases, and the first ever sentencing guidelines for insider dealing.

Written by a leading practitioner with unparalleled experience in both private practice and at the FSA, it offers a clearly structured, and practical treatment of the area, collecting together all key legislation and materials, and offering an easily accessible road map through the practice and procedure of an insider dealing investigation and prosecution or civil action.

Author Biography


Sarah Clarke, Barrister, Serjeants' Inn Chambers

Sarah Clarke is a barrister at Serjeant's Inn Chambers. She was previously a Technical Specialist and In-House Counsel in the Financial Services Authority's Enforcement Division, where she led teams and advised on investigations, evidence, powers and regulatory law and procedure.

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