In a compact and commercial jurisdiction such as that of the Isle of Man, trial by jury of long, and/or complex fraud trials is neither conducive to justice, nor to the Island’s international reputation : a consideration


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Brooks, C. (2008) 'In a compact and commercial jurisdiction such as that of the Isle of Man, trial by jury of long, and/or complex fraud trials is neither conducive to justice, nor to the Island’s international reputation : a consideration', pp. 1-16.

AuthorsC Brooks
KeywordsGeorge Johnson Prize Trust Essay Winners: 2008
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