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Golden Belt: a new duty of care for arrangers of securitisations or a one-off case?

United Kingdom - December 14 2017 The ‘Golden Belt’ litigation has been followed closely by the securitisation, structured debt and capital markets communities. The funds which held...

Sarah McAtominey.


The implications of Brexit for international disputes

United Kingdom, European Union - July 5 2016 The UK’s decision to leave the EU will have significant implications for the relationship between UK and EU courts. This note looks at the impact on...

Nick Pryor.


Class X warfare: contractual interpretation of securitisation documents

United Kingdom - June 22 2016 In a recent video blog we considered how the contractual interpretation principles established in Arnold v Britton may be applied to structured...

Emily Smith.


BLP wins first contested application to use Predictive Coding technology in disclosure

United Kingdom - May 18 2016 BLP has won the first contested application to use Predictive Coding as part of a substantial document review exercise. BLP is one of only a few...

Nick Pryor, Robin Ganguly.


Mitigating the risk implications of Grexit

Greece - July 1 2015 Greece’s participation in the Euro has been fragile for at least 5 years now. But for better or worse it now looks as though matters are coming...

Nick Pryor.