TSB Bank

In court this week: TSB, fiduciary duty and the Home Secretary

TSB in £375m Northern Rock mortgage class action British bank TSB is set to appear before the Business List of the Chancery Division today (22 July) for a four-day hearing set to deal with the repercussions of its inheritance of Northern Rock mortgages in 2016. Hogan Lovells is to defend TSB against class representative Donna […]

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Claim Spotter: Comedian lines up Soho Theatre defamation suit

Comedian sues Soho Theatre over alleged defamation Comedian Paul Currie has filed a part 7 – defamation claim against London’s Soho Theatre. The Belfast performer attracted headlines in February after a Jewish attendee to his show at the Theatre was allegedly told to “get out” and left after feeling “unsafe” and “threatened.” The theatre subsequently […]

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In court this week: Trucks funding and Covid-19 lateral flow tests

CAT to consider new funding agreement for class action The Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) will consider a revised funding agreement in the class action brought by the Road Haulage Association (RHA) against a group of truck manufacturers on Thursday (18 July) for one day. Originally, claims were brought by the RHA, represented by Addleshaw Goddard […]


Russian oligarch spat comes to an end in loss for Quinn

The long-running dispute between business partner adversaries Vladimir Chernukhin, represented by Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, and Oleg Deripaska, defended by Quillon Law, has finally ended, with Quinn failing to get Deripaska sent to prison for contempt of court. The Court of Appeal on Tuesday (9 July) refused to grant Chernukhin, the former Russian deputy […]

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