Before you take the plunge. Life after breach - Part 4. It wasn't me

23.11.11

 

Could you be held liable for the fraudulent actions of another?  If you are an employer and one of your employees is involved in fraudulent activities, then yes.

In this, the fourth and final part of our 'before you take the plunge life after breach' mini series, we look at the principle of vicarious liability and the circumstances in which an employer can be liable for acts committed by its employees during the course of their employment. 

 

Key Contact

Andrew Litchfield, partner, +44 (0)121 685 2780, andrew_litchfield@wragge.com

Clark Sargent, partner, +44 (0)121 685 2840, clark_sargent@wragge.com

David Lowe, partner, +44 (0)20 7664 0322, david_lowe@wragge.com

This alert may contain information of general interest about current legal issues, but does not give legal advice.

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