Mishcon de Reya has taken a further claimant from Signature Litigation in the mammoth £4bn shareholder battle against the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
The Serious Fraud Office has dropped its fraud charges against Japanese camera-maker Olympus and its UK subsidiary Gyrus Group marking a win for its lawyers Slaughter and May
The cost of bringing a claim against a bank in the London courts has skyrocketed with claimants exposed to costs of up to £10m, say senior litigators.
Hausfeld will become the latest US firm to open in Germany following a €30m (£21.6m) investment from litigation funder Burford Capital.
Former Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner Peter Gray has been awarded costs of £108,000 following a private prosecution launched by ex-GFH Capital general counsel David Haigh.
Penalty clauses in construction contracts download subscription
Earlier this month the Supreme Court gave judgment in two combined cases concerning the law relating to contractual penalty clauses.
Yandex v Google: antitrust case in Russia download subscription
A case was opened with respect to Google Inc, Google Ireland Ltd and ??? Google upon an application of OOO Yandex.
Croatia: accelerated bankruptcy proceedings download subscription
The recently adopted Croatian Bankruptcy Act sets out a new integrated pre-bankruptcy and bankruptcy regime.
Fieldfisher has been ordered to pay damages and costs totalling €28,454 (£20,000) after a Paris employment tribunal found it had unfairly dismissed a secretary from its office in the French capital.
Former HBOS executives represented by Ashurst have defended their actions after the conclusion of a report into the failure of the bank by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
A Chinese battle concerning its African operations and some big insolvencies have been keeping lawyers busy. Meanwhile, the Tchenguiz row rumbles on.
With the Safe Harbour framework crumbling and ‘shadow IT’ the new normal, the world of e-discovery and data risk is changing rapidly