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In this edition of our banking litigation podcast, we consider some recent cases that will be most relevant to in-house lawyers at banks and financial institutions. This episode is hosted by John Corrie, a partner in our banking litigation team, who is joined by Ceri Morgan and special guest Wilkie Hollens.
You can find links to our blog posts on the cases covered in this podcast below:
- High Court finds developers did not owe duty to cryptoasset owners to enable access to lost cryptoassets
- Court of Appeal finds Quincecare duty is not limited to corporate customers and can (in principle) extend to protecting individuals
- Privy Council confirms that the so-called “reflective loss” principle applies to ex-shareholders
- High Court orders witness statements to be redrafted due to serious non-compliance with PD 57AC
- High Court orders banks to disclose documents under the Evidence (Proceedings in other Jurisdictions) Act 1975
- Privy Council restatement of the law on freezing and other interim injunctions
- UK: EAT orders party to disclose tribunal documents to the Press months after hearing
- Biannual Banking Litigation Update (Spring 2022)
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