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12 months' imprisonment for breach of disclosure order

On 17 May 2017, the English Court handed down a 12 month prison sentence against an individual, Mrs Sandhu, for repeated breach of a disclosure order in Kimyani v Sandhu [2017] EWHC 1302 (Ch)....more

ATE insurance policy held to be inadequate security for US$1.75 million of costs

In a judgment handed down on 17 March 2017 (but which has only recently become publicly available) in Catalyst Managerial Services v Libya Africa Investment Portfolio,1 Mr Justice Teare held that an After The Event (ATE)...more

£7.5 million security for costs awarded against foreign litigation funder

In a judgment handed down on 23 May 2017 in The RBS Rights Issue Litigation [2017] EWHC 1217 (Ch), the court ordered a BVI registered litigation funder to pay £7.5 million security for costs, conditional on the...more

Prison sentence for avoiding English freezing and disclosure order

The English Court has made an order sentencing the director and shareholder of a company operating from China to 18 months' imprisonment for failing to comply with a disclosure order made ancillary to a Worldwide Freezing...more

High court orders claimant to reveal funder’s identity to enable security for costs application

Wall v The Royal Bank of Scotland plc [2016] EWHC 2460 (Comm) (Wall) concerned the bank's application that the claimant reveal the name and address of any third party funder funding the litigation in circumstances where the...more

English High Court affirms recovery of third party funding costs in ICC arbitration proceedings

In our update dated 21 September 2016, we considered the case of Essar Oilfields Services Limited v Norscot Rig Management Pvt Limited, in which the English High Court upheld the decision of the sole arbitrator, Sir Philip...more

English High Court allows recovery of third party funding costs in ICC arbitration proceedings

The use of third party funding in arbitration has grown significantly in recent years, with many funders now reporting that their portfolio of funded cases is evenly split between litigation and arbitration matters....more

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q1 May 2016

Welcome to the Q1 2016 edition of our Banking Disputes Quarterly, designed to keep you up to date with the latest news and legal developments and to inform you about future developments that may affect your...more

Court orders, conspiracies and the long arm of the English courts

Overseas banks beware as the tort of unlawful means conspiracy could open up new ways of punishing those who aid defendants aiming to evade freezing orders....more

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q4 January 2016

On the Horizon - Many nancial services rms employ more women than men in junior roles. But analysis shows that the chances of women progressing from middle to senior management roles are worse in the nancial services...more

First trial in the financial list over validity of derivatives transactions draws to a close

The trial of the first case to be heard in the new Financial List has finished and we await the judgment from Mr Justice Blair with interest. The case was transferred in the middle of October, shortly after the Financial List...more

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q3 2015

No sooner has talk of a Greek exit from the Eurozone dropped off the front pages than another possible EU shake-up is hitting the headlines, with Prime Minister David Cameron announcing that a referendum on the UK’s...more

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q3 2014

DLA Piper’s Banking & Finance Litigation team welcomes you to our quarterly round-up, designed to keep you informed of the latest news and legal developments, and to let you know about future developments that may affect your...more

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q2 2014

In This Issue: - On The Horizon - Recent Developments & Cases - Spotlight On - Excerpt from On The Horizon: Progress towards a European Account Preservation Order - Progress has been made on...more

5/19/2014  /  Banks , Business Litigation , EU

Banking Disputes Quarterly - Q1 2014

On The Horizon: In this section we summarise cases, legislation and other developments in prospect in coming months: ¦ Exercise of discretion: meaning of “commercially reasonable manner” - “Consent not...more

2/7/2014  /  Banks , Barclays , Compliance , Goldman Sachs
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