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Potential risks for disputes in relation to ‘Greenwashing’ and ESG reporting obligations by financial services firms

United Kingdom - October 13 2021 Companies are increasingly feeling the pressure of mounting public interest in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues. Financial services…

Ryan Lynch, Isobel McNaught, Lucy Waddicour.

Litigation Conversations: Litigation funding as investment

United Kingdom - October 1 2021 In this podcast, Janine Alexander a Partner from Collyer Bristow’s Banking & financial disputes team speaks to Ragavan Arunachalam, Partner and Head…

Ragavan Arunachalam.

Frozen or terminated bank account: what can you do?

United Kingdom - November 4 2020 As the digital economy continues to expand and ongoing developments in fin-tech send money flying around the world with unprecedented speed and ease…

Jean-Martin Louw.

Competing LIBOR Transition Proposals Create More Problems

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - September 24 2020 As the Dec. 31, 2021, end date for LIBOR approaches, it is becoming increasingly apparent that it will not be possible for market participants to…

Audrey Favreau.

The Tesco shareholder action: will it go all the way to trial?

United Kingdom - August 10 2020 The Tesco group shareholder action is due to go to trial at the High Court in October 2020. Tesco shareholders are using the cause of action under…

Jonny Mitchell.