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Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Jun 2019

Sotheby's bought by French billionaire for $3.7bn

Sotheby's recent troubles are well documented. From fending off the aggressive overtures of various Hedge Funds, to Streamlining its business in an


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Jun 2019

£15bn lost behind the sofa

This research should serve as a good reminder to everyone that it is important that your family and professional advisors know what funds you have in


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Jun 2019

Johnson proposes £3,000 tax cut for higher earners

Johnson's announcement of his proposed tax cut is certainly grabbing the headlines but it is worth pausing to reflect on the ways it might impact


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 24 May 2019

UK Supreme Court considers 'the ordinary reader of a Facebook Post' in Defamation claim

The UK Supreme Court has overturned a decision of the Court of Appeal, and held that the judge erred in law by using the Oxford English dictionary


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 21 May 2019

Major banks fined over 1 billion for participation in FX spot trading cartel

The European Commission (the “Commission”) has imposed a fine of 1.07 billion on Barclays, RBS, Citigroup, JPMorgan and MUFG for their participation


Collyer Bristow LLP | Russia, United Kingdom, European Union, etc. | 14 May 2019

Cryptocurrencies enlisted in the sanctions war

The use of sanctions against Russia and Iran is not a new development in the fight to curb their respective rogue geopolitical initiatives, but


Collyer Bristow LLP | USA | 7 May 2019

New York Attorney General launches an investigation into cryptocurrency trading platform

The New York Attorney General’s investigation has determined that the Bitfinex trading platform and the virtual currency, ‘tether’, have covered up


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 25 Apr 2019

A bank’s Quincecare duty of care

In a recent decision, the Commercial Court refused a bank’s application to strike out on the basis that the bank in question owed a Quincecare duty


Collyer Bristow LLP | USA, United Kingdom | 18 Apr 2019

English court refuses permission to turn over witness statements and disclosure documents to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation

In ACL Netherlands BV & Ors v Lynch & Hussain 2019 EWHC 249 (Ch), the High Court has recently declined a party’s request for permission to disclose


Collyer Bristow LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Apr 2019

CLO Manager not entitled to Incentive Fee on optional redemption

The High Court has recently decided that on an optional redemption of a collateralised loan obligation securitisation (“CLO”), the collateral manager

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