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Combating ‘CEO’ Fraud Scams

By Peter Yapp Business Email Compromise (BEC), Email Account Compromise (EAC) or Authorized Push Payment (APP) scams (sometimes also known as “CEO fraud”) are the scourge of boardrooms around the world. If there was ever a type of fraud to engender angst, this was it. While Ransomware has got all the column inches in the […]

COVID-19 and residential tenancies in Jersey: Where are we now?

By Laura Shirreffs The States of Jersey enacted the COVID-19 (Residential Tenancy) (Temporary Amendment of Law) (Jersey) Regulations 2020 in an attempt to address the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the Island. The regulations temporarily amended certain provisions of the Residential Tenancy (Jersey) Law 2011, applying to all residential tenancies with effect from 10 […]

New Court of Appeal case a game-changer for arbitration in family law

By Sarah Green A recent Court of Appeal case has the potential to change the landscape of arbitration in family law. With the court backlog worse than ever as a result of Covid-19, out-of-court settlement options, such as Early Neutral Evaluations, Private FDRs and Arbitration are seen as increasingly attractive prospects for separating couples, who […]

Decade-long Saad litigation settled between AHAB and Grant Thornton Defendants

By Rupert Bell, Shelley White, Colette Wilkins, Andrew Gibson, Arikka Farley After over 11 years of litigation, Walkers Cayman is pleased to announce that Walkers’ clients, the Grant Thornton Defendants, have reached a confidential settlement with AHAB which results in their release from the AHAB v. Saad Investments and Others proceedings in the Cayman Islands. The proceedings […]


Balfour Beatty wins Hatfield crash appeal

The Court of Appeal has this morning (5 July) reduced the fine imposed on railway company Balfour Beatty for health and safety breaches leading to the Hatfield rail crash. Temple firm Fisher Scoggins, instructing 5 Paper Buildings’ Jonathan Caplan QC, appealed on Balfour Beatty’s behalf against the £10m fine ordered by Mr Justice Mackay in […]

Cravath and Cadwalader snare key roles on $16.6bn Johnson & Johnson deal

New York firms Cravath Swaine & Moore and Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft have both grabbed the top roles on Johnson & Johnson’s $16.6bn acquisition of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. Cravath partner George Schoen said old connections helped the firm win its role: “Johnson & Johnson is a long term client of Cravath. It’s a carve-out business […]

White & Case wins Arcelor financing role

White & Case has won the instruction to advise the lead arrangers providing the financing of Mittal Steel’s EUR26.9bn acquisition of rival Arcelor. The deals will be financed through a EUR10.8bn syndicated loan, one of the biggest European deals of recent years. The loan consists of a EUR5bn and a EUR2.8bn acquisition line. The remainder […]

Wiggin lands Olswang sports specialist

Media boutique Wiggin has recruited Olswang head of sports Michael Brader as head of corporate. Brader, who has been a corporate partner at Olswang since 1998, is set to join the firm in September. Brader advises clubs, rights holders and sports rights management and investment companies on all forms of fundraising, joint ventures, M&A and […]

White & Case scoops Mittal Steel remit

White & Case has won the instruction to advise the lead arrangers providing the financing of Mittal Steel’s €26.9bn (£18.59bn) acquisition of rival Arcelor. The deals will be financed through a €10.8bn (£7.47bn) syndicated loan, which consists of a €5bn (£3.45bn) and a €2.8bn (£1.93bn) acquisition line. The remaining €3bn (£2.07bn) of the loan will […]

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