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The Johannesburg High Court ruled that renowned law firm Edward Nathan Sonnenberg Inc. (ENS) was culpable for the woman's victimisation to a common cybercrime known as "business email compromise" (BEC), and that the firm was ordered to pay her R5.5 million plus interest in addition to her legal fees.
However, the Supreme Court of Appeal reached a different decision this week, sustaining ENS' appeal against the six-month-old ruling. Judith Hawarden's claim was dismissed by the SCA along with two attorneys' fees. Our consumer ninja Wendy Knowler speaks with host Bruce Whitfield to shed more light on the situation.

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