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Brexit Commercial Driver Behind Scheme Of Arrangement

United Kingdom, Belgium, European Union - November 23 2018 Eurclear, one of the world’s largest securities depositories, confirmed earlier this year its plan to move its holding company from the UK to Belgium...

Tom Henderson.


High Court Confirms Potential Liability Of Creditors For Breaches Of Duty By Administrators

United Kingdom - June 18 2018 The decision in Davey v Money & Anor 2018 EWHC 766 (Ch) serves as a useful reminder for secured creditors (such as banks) of the potentially...

Alex Lerner.


Banking Litigation Update: April 2018

United Kingdom, European Union - April 25 2018 Welcome to our latest Banking Litigation Update in which we highlight a number of the most important cases and developments affecting UK financial...

Chris Bushell, Ceri Morgan, John Corrie, Damien Byrne-Hill, Julian Copeman, Simon Clarke, Harry Edwards, Gary Milner-Moore, Rupert Lewis, Donny Surtani.


Banking Litigation Update - April 2018

United Kingdom, European Union - April 24 2018 In this update we highlight a number of the most important cases and developments affecting UK financial institutions over the past 12 months....

Chris Bushell, Ceri Morgan, John Corrie, Kirsten Massey, Damien Byrne-Hill, Julian Copeman, Simon Clarke, Harry Edwards, Gary Milner-Moore, Rupert Lewis, Donny Surtani.


Getting your just deserts: Remedies for breach of contract

United Kingdom - November 7 2017 Establishing that a counterparty is in breach of contract is only the first hurdle to obtaining proper redress. It is just as important for the...

Rachel Lidgate, John Ogilvie.