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03 September 2019 | UK
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Latest Episode: Monthly update - August 2019

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In our monthly update podcast, we look at key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions.

You can find links to our blog posts on some of the cases covered in this podcast below:

Court of Appeal clarifies test for rectifying terms of written contract for common mistake

Commercial Court considers contractual discretion of bank to close customer account without notice where there is suspicion of money laundering

Supreme Court clarifies broad scope of court’s discretion to grant non-party access to court documents

High Court finds there is no power to stay English proceedings to give effect to exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of non-EU court unless proceedings were commenced first in the foreign court

What securities litigators need to know about the new Prospectus Regulation

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Professional Support Lawyer, Dan Eziefula, Senior Associate and David Barr, PSL paralegal

Full podcast series

Episode 1: Monthly update - January 2019

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In this edition of the banking litigation podcast we look at several recent judgments including WH Holding and Bank of New York Mellon v Essar Steel.

You can find our litigation blog posts on some of these cases

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You can find our banking litigation e-bulletin on BNYM v Essar Steel here

Speakers: Rupert Lewis, Ceri Morgan, Nic Patmore and David Barr




Episode 2: Monthly update - February 2019

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You can find our e-bulletins/blog posts on some of the cases covered in this episode here:

Omers v Tesco

Kaefer Aislamientos v AMS Mexico

SPI North v Swiss Port International 

Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Frances Furnivall and David Barr




Episode 3: Monthly update - March 2019

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In this edition of the banking litigation podcast we look at several recent judgments including Medsted v Canaccord, Marme v Natwest and Perry v Raleys Solicitors.

You can find our e-bulletins on some of the cases covered in this episode here:

Medsted Associates v Canaccord

Marme v Natwest

Perry v Raleys

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Ajay Malhotra and David Barr




Episode 4: SPECIAL EDITION – LIBOR discontinuation litigation risks

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In this *SPECIAL EDITION* of the banking litigation podcast, we look at the types of litigation which may arise following the discontinuation of LIBOR in 2021.

See our banking litigation e-bulletin here:

See our article in the Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation here: LIBOR is being overtaken: Will it be a car crash? (2019) 34 J.I.B.L.R.

Speakers: Harry EdwardsCeri Morgan and David Barr




Episode 5: Monthly update - April 2019

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In this edition of the banking litigation podcast we look at several recent judgments including ACL Netherlands v Lynch, Elite v Barclays Bank, Bates v Post Office and Lehman Brothers Finance v Klaus Tschira.

You can find our e-bulletins on some of the cases covered in this episode here:

ACL Netherlands v Lynch

Elite v Barclays

Deutsche Trustee v Duchess

Bates v Post Office

Chudley v Clydesdale bank

Lehman Brothers Finance v Klaus Tschira

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Sarah Penfold and David Barr




Episode 6: Monthly update - May 2019

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In this edition of the banking litigation podcast we look at several recent judgments including BV Nederlandse v Rembrandt, Deutsche Bank v Netherlands, CFH v Merrill Lynch, Davey v Money and Willers v Joyce.

You can find the blog posts referenced in this episode here:

BV Nederlandse v Rembrandt

Deutsche Bank v Netherlands

Davey v Money

Willers v Joyce

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Scott Warin and David Barr




Episode 7: Monthly update - June 2019

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In our monthly update podcast, we look at key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions.

You can find links to our blog posts on some of the cases covered in this podcast below:

Persimmon Homes Limited v Hillier and Creed [2019] EWCA Civ 800

Ramona Ang v Reliantco Investments Limited [2019] EWHC 879 (Comm)

BNP Paribas SA v Trattamento Rifiuti Metropolitani SPA [2019] EWCA Civ 768

UTB LLC V Sheffield United Ltd & others [2019] EWHC 914 (Ch)

Calonne Construction Ltd v Dawnus Southern Ltd [2019] EWCA Civ 754

LIBOR discontinuation – FCA thematic feedback on responses to Dear CEO letter

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Maryam Oghanna and David Barr




Episode 8: Monthly update - July 2019

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In our monthly update podcast, we look at key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions.

You can find links to our blog posts on some of the cases covered in this podcast below:

Commercial Court adopts broad interpretation of investment bank fee clause in equity and debt finance raising

Court of Appeal decision illustrates proper application of compensatory principle of damages, as well as modern approach to contractual interpretation

High Court confirms LMA anti set-off clause applies to equitable set-off

New Hague Judgments Convention: finally adopted but may be some years before impact is felt

High Court finds SFO can compel production of documents held by foreign company outside the jurisdiction

Speakers: John Corrie, Partner; Ceri Morgan, Professional Support Lawyer; David Barr, Professional Support Paralegal




Episode 9: Monthly update - August 2019

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In our monthly update podcast, we look at key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions.

You can find links to our blog posts on some of the cases covered in this podcast below:

Court of Appeal clarifies test for rectifying terms of written contract for common mistake

Commercial Court considers contractual discretion of bank to close customer account without notice where there is suspicion of money laundering

Supreme Court clarifies broad scope of court’s discretion to grant non-party access to court documents

High Court finds there is no power to stay English proceedings to give effect to exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of non-EU court unless proceedings were commenced first in the foreign court

What securities litigators need to know about the new Prospectus Regulation

Speakers: Ceri Morgan, Dan Eziefula and David Barr

 

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