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Supreme Court finds claim for compensation under data protection legislation cannot proceed on “opt-out basis” in high profile Lloyd v Google case

United Kingdom - November 10 2021 In its judgment this morning the Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal’s decision in the high profile Lloyd v Google case, which would have…

Greig Anderson, Miriam Everett, Kate Macmillan, Maura McIntosh, Andrew Moir

Biannual Banking Litigation Update - Autumn 2021

European Union, United Kingdom - October 19 2021 On 29 April 2021, the Financial Services Act 2021 (FSA 2021) received Royal Assent. The FSA 2021 is a milestone in implementing the UK Government’s…

Chris Bushell, Simon Clarke, John Corrie, Emma Deas, Harry Edwards, Ben Goodman, Damien Byrne Hill, Natasha Johnson, Rupert Lewis, Nihar Lovell, Gary Milner-Moore, Ceri Morgan

High Court orders disclosure of lawyer’s attendance note alluded to in claimant’s witness statement

United Kingdom - August 25 2021 The High Court has ordered a claimant to disclose its lawyer’s attendance note (or notes) of discussions with one of the Defendant’s employees, on…

Maura McIntosh, Anna Pertoldi

High Court finds accountants’ investigation report not protected by litigation privilege and considers requirements for obtaining disclosure under the Disclosure Pilot

United Kingdom - August 16 2021 The High Court has granted an application by a claimant state for orders that the defendant bank disclose an Accounting firm’s investigation report…

Elina Kyselchuk, Nihar Lovell, Maura McIntosh, Benedicte Perowne

Privy Council confirms that the so-called “reflective loss” principle applies to ex-shareholders

United Kingdom - August 11 2021 The Board of the Privy Council has allowed an appeal in relation to the application of the so-called “reflective loss” principle, confirming that the…

Ceri Morgan