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Commercial Court confirms that asymmetric jurisdiction clauses may be exclusive for the purposes of EU law

Asymmetric jurisdiction clauses - also known as one-sided or 'for the benefit' clauses - are common in international financial services agreements, but their validity under EU law has been questioned in recent years by the...more

Improvements to the Investment Bank Special Administration Regime

The Investment Bank Special Administration Regime (SAR) was introduced in 2011 in response to difficulties faced in the Lehman Brothers administration. Following a review of the regime by Peter Bloxham in 2014, and a...more

WIN Wise: Back to basics - Termination of commercial contracts

Can I terminate my contract? Does the other party have a right to terminate? These appear to be simple questions, but termination of contracts is a complex area of law. This 'Back to Basics' note highlights the key...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

Court of Appeal overturns decision in Titan 2006-3 v Colliers in finding that valuer in CMBS structure was not negligent - Court...

In the last edition of Banking Disputes Quarterly, we reported that the Court of Appeal was due to consider the Commercial Court's ruling in Titan Europe 2006-3 plc v Colliers International UK plc [2015] EWCA Civ 1083. The...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

International Arbitration Newsletter Q3 2014

COUR DE CASSATION QUASHES DECISION THAT DISREGARDED ICC RULE ON TIME LIMITS TO ARBITRATOR CHALLENGES - In the latest installment of a seven-year saga that has captured the attention of the arbitration community, the...more

English court upholds obligation to hold "friendly discussions" before arbitration

In a recent decision, the English Commercial Court has upheld the enforceability of a clause requiring the parties to seek to resolve a dispute by "friendly discussions" prior to commencing arbitration. The decision...more

9/23/2014  /  Arbitration , UK

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

Court of Appeal finds against banks in allowing amendments to pleadings based on LIBOR manipulations

On 8 November 2013, the Court of Appeal handed down its much anticipated judgment in two related appeals, Graiseley Properties Limited and others -v- Barclays Bank Plc and Deutsche Bank and others -v- Unitech Global Limited...more

11/13/2013  /  Banks , Barclays , Deutsche Bank , Libor , Swaps , UK
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