Civil Law Approach to Corporate Fraud – Criminal Law



Netherlands: Civil law approach to corporate fraud

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Marcus Draaisma and Lydia Milders have particular expertise in the proper resolution of fraud cases on boards of directors and in the workplace. The civilian approach to corporate fraud has proven to be effective and is gaining popularity over the criminal approach. With the approach of corporate fraud, the seizure of evidence is increasingly used. Find out more in our new brochure on the civil approach to corporate fraud with the capture of evidence as an effective tool.

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