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Court of Appeal confirms reflective loss rule will bar claims of former shareholders of a dissolved company because the principle must be determined at time of alleged loss

United Kingdom - November 25 2022 The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision of the High Court to strike out a claim by the former shareholders of a dissolved company against an…

Nihar Lovell, Ceri Morgan, Claire Nicholas

Biannual Banking Litigation Update (Spring 2022)

United Kingdom - May 6 2022 One of the hottest topics for the sector remains the Quincecare duty, which has been at the centre of a Number of high profile cases against banks…

Chris Bushell, Simon Clarke, John Corrie, Emma Deas, Ben Goodman, Damien Byrne Hill, Natasha Johnson, Rupert Lewis, Nihar Lovell, Ceri Morgan

High Court strikes out shareholders’ claim barred by the reflective loss rule

United Kingdom - March 23 2022 The High Court has struck out a claim by the former shareholders of a dissolved company against an investor on the basis that all the losses claimed…

Nihar Lovell, Ceri Morgan, Claire Nicholas

Managing risk: A disputes perspective (2021)

European Union, United Kingdom - December 27 2021 This annual conference, held on 7 and 9 December, was chaired by our Managing Partner for Dispute Resolution Damien Byrne Hill and explored some key…

James Baily, Stephanie Barrett, Jannis Bille, Neil Blake, Chris Bushell, Andrew Cooke, Antony Crockett, Kim Dietzel, Silke Goldberg, Damien Byrne Hill, Hywel Jenkins, Natasha Johnson, Kate Macmillan, Ajay Malhotra, Sarah McNally, Andrew Moir, Caoimhe Powell, Gregg Rowan, Benjamin Rubinstein, Jenny Stainsby, John Whiteoak

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