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By Catherina Yurchyshyn, James Whitaker
The recent High Court decision in Zedra Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd and anor v The Hut Group Ltd anor v The Hut Group Ltd [2019] EWHC 2191 (Comm) is a useful reminder of the benefits of explicit
By Charles-Albert Helleputte, Guido Zeppenfeld, Mark Prinsley, Oliver Yaros, Régine Goury, Dr. Ulrich Worm
On 4 September 2019, the High Court in England and Wales rejected a judicial review claim brought by Edward Bridges.
By Daniel Hart
There has been much speculation about the risk of Brexit affecting London's position as a dispute resolution capital of the world including, in particular, if the UK and EU/EFTA States were unable to agree terms, ...
By Sam Eastwood, Paul Whitfield-Jones, Findley Penn-Hughes
On 14 August 2019 the National Crime Agency (the "NCA") announced that it had obtained account freezing orders ("AFOs") on eight bank accounts containing more than £100 million
By Ian Wright, Jay Doraisamy
The government will lay changes to primary and secondary legislation to implement these plans in due course.
By Alexandra Jones, James Whitaker
Bylined article by London Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner James Whitaker and associate Ali Jones on the rise of scandal insurance.
By Mayer Brown
A traffic policeman on motorway patrol passed a car that appeared to be driving at 11mph.
By Kwadwo Sarkodie, Thomas Ajose, Daniel Hart
In AIC Limited v The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria [2019] EWHC 2212, the English High Court adjourned an application made by AIC Limited ("AIC"), a Nigerian construction and property development company.
By James Ford, Sam Eastwood
On 5 June 2019, the then Secretary for State for International Trade (SoS), Dr Liam Fox, announced a new government initiative to help provide finance to UK small to medium sized businesses (SMEs
By Ashley McDermott, James Taylor
Andrew Bailey, the Chief Executive of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), recently reiterated the FCA's expectation that LIBOR will cease to be published beyond 2021
By Merryn Craske, ChenYang Sia, Katie McCaw
The EU Securitisation Regulation became applicable in the UK from 1 January 2019 to all securitisations, other than securitisations existing prior to that date to the extent that they are grandfathered.
By Richard Goldstein
Richard looks at new requirements that will come into force in December 2019 for trustees and service providers in relation to the use of investment consultancy and fiduciary management services.
By Ian McDonald, Jonathan Cohen, Miles Robinson
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in the case of FSHC Group Holdings Ltd v GLAS Trust Corporation Ltd, which concerned whether or not two deeds should be rectified on the basis
By Raid Abu-Manneh, Satoru Murase
Working with Japanese Clients is a series of videos commenting on current trends and topics relevant to Japanese corporations. Mayer Brown's London Office offers both Middle
By Findley Penn-Hughes, Sam Eastwood, Stephen Moi
On 12 July 2019, the UK government published its "Economic Crime Plan, 2019 to 2022" (the "Paper"), a policy paper setting out seven strategic priorities, each with action plans ("Actions")
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