Our monthly podcast covers all the key issues in one of the most dynamic areas of litigation.
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 Harriet Tolkien.
You can find links to our blogs on the cases covered in this podcast below:
- Is the decentralised governance of Bitcoin a myth? Court of Appeal finds real issue to be tried as to whether developers owe fiduciary duties to Bitcoin owners
- High Court finds lender’s exercise of absolute contractual right is not subject to implied Braganza duty
- Supreme Court strikes out Quincecare claim where no loss suffered by insolvent Ponzi scheme
- Court of Appeal finds disclosure to party’s US lawyers breached embargo on draft judgment, but no further steps taken
- Court orders contempt proceedings to be brought in respect of possible breaches of embargo on draft judgment
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