Decisions

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Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

Is the FCA flexing its muscles as prosecutor?

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Much has been written about the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) recent decision to commence criminal proceedings against NatWest plc for offences under the Money Laundering Regulations 2007...

A watershed moment for consumer protection

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A recent Court of Appeal decision marks a watershed moment for consumer protection in respect of self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs). The court held that SIPP providers can...

Postcard from Abroad: Anna Weiss, Kennedys Miami

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English law makes its way to Latin America and the Caribbean As a Scottish lady (with all the stereotypical features of one) it’s pretty clear that I...

Covid and leisure management contracts

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Post-Covid, every local authority contract lawyer will want a high-spec, future-perfect crystal ball to supplement their phone and laptop. For in our previous primeval state of COVID-innocence,...

The Old trouble

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A tumultuous 12 months has ensured lawyers working in pensions disputes are busier than ever.

New rules to tackle old problems

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Overlong, overworked and actively damaging to witness recollection. That, in a nutshell, was the verdict of the Witness Evidence Working Group on the last 30 years of...

Decisions and interventions

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Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

Postcard from abroad: Alexandra Tribe and Sonny Patel, Expatriate Law

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English law is vital for divorcing couples in Dubai and Singapore Alexandra Tribe I set up Expatriate Law in 2010. I was living in Dubai at the time and...

Art of evasion

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JSC VTB Bank v Skurikhin and others: UK courts demonstrate awareness of possibility of misuse of its procedures.

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