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Serious Fraud and Current Issues   Sally Ramage
 

 

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Serious Fraud and Current Issues: Fraud Law, Book1
by Sally Ramage 

UK price: £15.99      US price: $27.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 8.25 x 11
Pages: 224
ISBN: 0-595-35678-8
Published: Jun-2005 

This exhaustive study explores the concept of serious fraud and fraud and fraudsters in society, in the past but especially today, and covers pertinent topics such as fraudulent evasion, fraudulent trading, terrorism attacks through computer systems, money laundering and identity theft.

Book Description
Fraud is big business and it rots the fabric of finance and accountancy, as it is exercised by all day trading of bonds, junk bonds, loans. Twenty-five years ago, fraud was said to be rapidly expanding and manifests itself by shady deals, fraudulently converted cash. Fraudsters who are active, especially electronic fraud, do in fact treat the use of fraud as serious "business" and the execution of frauds as "work", much as other criminals treat their activities as their "job"! Identity theft poses a frightening threat of being taken in by crooks. If twenty-five years ago it was estimated that the amount of fraudulent cash around the world at any one time more than equalled the Gross National Products of several third-world countries, it would not be believed--a damning indictment indeed.

In this fascinating and comprehensive study on Fraud the author takes advantage of the fact that people seem thrilled to hear about frauds, like murders. She has prepared works that will use the reader's' attention to discuss law enforcement and the consequences of breaking the law by committing frauds.

About the author

Sally Dabydeen, who holds a Master of Law degree from Staffordshire University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Glamorgan , is a Lecturer at Wolverhampton University and well versed in legal and regulatory matters. She is a regular writer of legal articles and has carried out a wide range of research in the past as a legal research assistant. Apart from holding a diploma in Private Investigation, she has worked as a self-employed accountant. Apart from being a member of the Chartered Institute of Management and the Association of Accounting Technicians, she is a Fellow of the Institute of Financial Accountants .

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Other books by Sally Ramage (Dabydeen):

Fraud and the Serious Fraud Office: Fraud Law, Book 2
by Sally Ramage 

UK price: £13.99       US price: $24.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 8.25 x 11
Pages: 184
ISBN: 0-595-36121-8
Published: Aug-2005 

This work explores the concept of serious fraud and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) agency which was set up to prosecute serious frauds in 1988 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, following the 1986 Fraud Trials Committee Report.

 

UK Steel Industry & International Trade
by Sally R. Dabydeen

UK price: £19.99     US price: $22.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 284
ISBN: 0-595-32164-X
Published: Jun-2004

While the chief subject matter of the first part of this book is the UK steel industry, the idea of the second part came about because the International Trade Conventions and the Customs and Practices in trade are not found in any one place together with the English statues which govern international trade—an issue which the author addresses with remarkable clarity and insight.

 

Civil Liberties in England & Wales: Essays
by Sally R. Dabydeen

UK price: £8.62    US price: $15.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 144
ISBN: 0-595-32427-4
Published: Jul-2004

Civil Liberties in England and Wales is a compilation of essays on subjects that affect British society today. These essays reflect the society of today and comprise a good synopsis of British contemporary life.

 

Legal & Regulatory Framework
for Business in the UK

by Sally R. Dabydeen

UK price: £15.99    US price: $17.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 188
ISBN: 0595324282
Published: Jul-2004

A comprehensive compilation in a single volume of many UK business and personal issues such as contract law, company law and maternity and parental rights. An invaluable guide for both business and litigation.

 

An Introduction to Intellectual Property : Essays and Materials
by Sally Ramage Dabydeen

UK  price: £15.99    US  price: $18.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 199
ISBN: 0-595-32927-6
Published: Sep-2004

This book is an introduction to topics in intellectual property law by the unusual method of using moots, mock trials, questions and answers and essays.

 

Fraud—The Company Law Background: Fraud law—Book Three
by Sally Ramage 

UK price: $20.02    US price: $34.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 8.25 x 11
Pages: 352
ISBN: 0-595-38135-9
Published: Feb-2006 

This is a law book. It explains in twelve chapters, progressively introducing United kingdom Company Law, so that the reader can learn how corporate fraud occurs, at what point it occurs, and how to combat corporate fraud by noting the important aspects of company law.

 

United Kingdom Business Regulations                          
by Sally Ramage 

UK price: £13.26   US price: $24.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 336
ISBN: 0-595-41177-0
Published: Sep-2006

In this valuable contribution to an understanding of U.K. business regulations, the author urges all business people to know their rights, have their affairs in order and learn the rules of engagement as they can be used to their advantage.

 

Further Issues and Serious Fraud Instances: Fraud Law Book Five :
Thirty-Two Articles About Serious Fraud
                                   

UK price: £15.07    US price: $30.95
Format: Paperback
Size: 8.25 x 11
Pages: 278
ISBN: 0-595-42054-0
Published: Dec-2006

This book consists of 32 of Sally Ramage's most recent articles on the topic of serious fraud, written in plain and simple English.

 

UK price: £13.00     US price: $24.95
Format: Paperback
Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 354
ISBN: 0-595-44901-8
Published: May-2007

Almost every country that changed its laws to reflect the environment following September 2001 increased the ability of law enforcement and national security agencies to perform interception of communications, and transformed the powers of search and seizure, and an increase in the type of data that can be accessed. This book is a thoroughgoing and exhaustive discussion of privacy laws worldwide