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G7 finance officials back need to regulate digital currencies

United Kingdom - December 9 2020 On 7 December, finance officials from the G7 (Group of Seven) advanced economies met for their 12th meeting, in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic…

Interim injunction against Bitcoin discharged and damages considered an adequate remedy

United Kingdom - September 7 2020 In a recent High Court decision, Toma v Murray, Robin Vos sitting as Deputy High Court Judge, declined to a continue a without-notice interim…

Another crypto-sham or simply a failed start-up?

United Kingdom - August 22 2020 On 28 July 2020, the High Court upheld a worldwide freezing injunction in a case of alleged investment fraud involving a Blockchain company…

Robin Henry

Is the post COVID-19 world a cashless one?

United Kingdom - June 12 2020 The start of lockdown in March saw the use of cash in the UK halve in a matter of days. This was spurred by the closure of shops, an increase in…

Queenslanders seek climate justice using Human Rights law

Australia - June 10 2020 In Queensland, Australia, a group called Youth Verdict challenged an application for a mining lease on the basis that their human rights will be…