In court this week: Bitcoin, disputed ownership and Lonestar

Bitcoin back in court as man who claims to be crypto creator appeals case Cryptocurrency is back in the spotlight this week as Tulip Trading, a Seychelles-based company, has appealed a decision in its case against Bitcoin Association. Back in March, Tulip Trading (whose CEO is Craig Wright – the man who claims to be […]

Royal Courts of Justice London

Foot Anstey to defend in spat over alleged £10m stolen software

Foot Anstey has been called upon in a dispute involving a software designer who has accused several businesses of stealing a product idea he had developed for the care industry. Software designer Anthony Gifford, the original claimant in the dispute, assigned his claim to Henderson & Jones, a litigation funder specialising in purchasing and pursuing […]


City firms line up to defend fresh claims over car emissions

A swathe of claims, brought by Leigh Day and Pogust Goodhead, is piling up against prominent car manufacturers and authorised English dealerships as the fallout over the “dieselgate” emissions scandal continues. In the past week, Leigh Day and Pogust Goodhead have filed 22 claims against brands including BMW, Ford, Jaguar, Mercedes, Nissan, Porsche, Renault, Volvo […]

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