High Court

Our Verdict: High Court disapproves of FCA conduct; and Wagatha Christie judge slams UK Government over Afghan evacuation case

This week it’s bad news for Mishcon and Lord Wolfson as its client’s trial was delayed thanks to sanctions on VTB. However, it’s good news for the FCA with its market abuse claim against former directors of Globo allowed to continue, despite some of its evidence being criticised as an abuse of process by the […]


In court this week: Interchange fee dispute, Lebanese bank and PIP breast implants

CMC for “umbrella proceedings” in interchange dispute  Up first is the latest in the Merchant Interchange Fee “umbrella proceedings”. On Monday, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) will reunite parties for a two-day case management conference. The proceedings centre around the complex question of pass-on in the vast Mastercard and Visa interchange litigation: are losses suffered […]