Karina specialises in commercial and financial disputes and investigations. She has experience in advising private sector and government clients across a range of sectors in large-scale commercial disputes and complex regulatory and enforcement investigations, including anti-bribery and corruption matters. Karina is Australian qualified, having been admitted to practice in Victoria.
United Kingdom | 16 April 2019
According to a recent Supreme Court decision, if a claimant applies to have a judgment set aside due to fraud, they need not attempt to uncover that fraud before the judgment, even where it is suspected. The case indicates that fraud should unravel judgments in order to safeguard against injustices. Further, the court has made clear that innocent parties should not be burdened with an obligation to constantly keep their eyes peeled for acts of forgery.