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Financial litigation roundup SpringSummer 2019

Singapore, United Kingdom, Hong Kong - May 8 2019 Welcome to the latest edition of our financial litigation roundup. In this edition, we consider recent judgments and ongoing cases from the banking...

Davina Given, Parham Kouchikali, Jonathan Crompton, Sumarsono Darsono, Andy McGregor, Geraldine Elliott, Tom Hibbert, Jonathan Wood, Rupert Boswall, Chris Ross, Antony Sassi, Alan Williams, Simon Hart, Jonathan Cary.

Letter of contract versus business common sense - latest from Court of Appeal

United Kingdom - November 20 2018 In the latest of a long line of higher court authorities debating the boundaries between black letter and more purposive approaches to contractual...

Financial litigation roundup - Summer 2018 edition

Singapore, United Kingdom, Hong Kong - July 20 2018 Welcome to the latest edition of our financial litigation roundup. In this edition, we consider recent judgments and ongoing cases from the banking...

Davina Given, Parham Kouchikali, Andy McGregor, Geraldine Elliott, Tom Hibbert, Rupert Boswall, Chris Ross, Simon Hart, Jonathan Cary.

First Tower Trustees: contractual fiction clauses, unfair contract terms, parliamentary sovereignty and the limits of party autonomy

United Kingdom - July 6 2018 In its recent judgment in First Tower Trustees Ltd and Intertrust Trustees Ltd -v- CDS (Superstores International) Ltd, the Court of Appeal has set...

Financial litigation roundup winter 2017

United Kingdom, Hong Kong - December 13 2017 The Lloyds Shareholder group action is in trial (scheduled for 12 weeks which commenced in October). This group action relates to losses (put at...

Parham Kouchikali, Gary Yin, Ben Yates, Siraj Omar, Jonathan Crompton, Andy McGregor, Tom Hibbert, Jonathan Wood, Rupert Boswall, Chris Ross, David Smyth, Simon Hart, Jonathan Cary.