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Lexology PRO | European Union, Spain | 16 Jun 2021

Spain probes four banks for tying covid-relief loans

Spain’s antitrust authority has launched an investigation into some of the country’s biggest banks for allegedly tying certain products or services with covid-19 relief loans provided to companies or freelance workers.
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DWF LLP | United Kingdom | 29 Mar 2021

Looking Ahead: London Market

We outline how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the sheer spread of exposures in the London Market and how it will continue to affect each class of…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Dec 2020

Podcast: GMP equalisation EP2: What does the 2nd Lloyds judgment mean for DB schemes?

Listen to our latest pensions podcast as Samantha Brown and Antonia Pegden, who lead the HSF team that has been advising the Banks in connection with…
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PRO Compliance | Central & Eastern Europe, European Union, France, etc. | 28 Oct 2020

Swiss enforcer hits Euribor cartel with more fines

Switzerland’s antitrust authority has fined Crédit Agricole and HSBC a total of €6 million for colluding to manipulate the Euro Interbank Offered Rate, while also closing two investigations into NEX International for its suspected role in rigging other benchmark interest rates.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, United Kingdom, USA | 14 Sep 2020

Google faces new UK £2 billion class action

A High Court lawsuit targeting Google subsidiary YouTube’s collection of children’s data is the latest GDPR class action to hit the English courts – and the latest that will be affected by the outcome of another Google case.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, United Kingdom | 8 Sep 2020

Lloyds caught bundling loans and bank accounts during pandemic

The UK’s competition enforcer has censured Lloyds Banking Group for unlawfully making small business owners open business bank accounts to access a coronavirus-related government loan scheme.
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 26 Aug 2020

High Court finds claims arising out of oil spill cannot proceed as representative action under CPR 19.6

In a recent decision, the High Court has struck out the representative element of a claim purportedly brought on behalf of large numbers of Nigerian…
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Cecil Abraham & Partners | Malaysia | 23 Jul 2020

Introduction: Arbitration in Malaysia- History and Infrastructure

The island of Penang was founded in 1786. Penang subsequently became part of the Straits Settlements comprising Penang, Malacca and Singapore.In 1874…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 20 Jul 2020

Lloyds/HBOS litigation: judgment on costs and permission to appeal

The High Court has handed down judgment on costs issues and an application for permission to appeal, following on from the court’s rejection last…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Jul 2020

Lloyds/HBOS Litigation: Consequentials Judgment

Mr Justice Norris has now handed down judgment following the consequentials hearing in the landmark Lloyds/HBOS Litigation: Sharp & Ors v Blank & Ors…
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