Live blog: law and the Super League

The latest developments in the aftermath of the collapse of the breakaway league from the legal point of view. Contact alex.taylor@thelawyer.com with related news or analysis.

Listed group CEO sets out vision for £30m Memery Crystal deal

RBG Holdings’ £30m acquisition of Memery Crystal could lead to a working separation at the listed company as CEO Nicola Foulston lays out her plans to split contentious and non-contentious work between brands. Foulston told The Lawyer that her long-term idea for the group is for Rosenblatt to take control of disputes and for Memery […]

In court this week: Google, Facebook and TFS Stores

Almost two years after a significant turnaround in the Court of Appeal, Lloyd v Google is now set for its Supreme Court showdown. The mammoth data protection dispute will be heard across two days before a panel of five starting Wednesday. An estimated 4.4 million iPhone users are on the respondent’s side in this legal […]

Osborne Clarke tops up credit facilities by £10m

Osborne Clarke has extended its revolving credit facility in light of the pandemic, the firm’s latest limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts show, a precautionary measure against the financial consequences of the pandemic. The UK firm has added a further £10m to a £5m facility it already had from previous years, reaching a total of £15m. […]