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Latest News in Commercial Litigation UK

  • July 16, 2024

    Atty Seeks Protection From 'Swords Of Damocles' In $4B Fight

    A private wealth solicitor fought Tuesday in a London court to remove "Swords of Damocles" hanging over him after he was appointed as the representative of a late Russian billionaire's estate in the latest chapter of a $1 billion dispute over the businessman's $3.7 billion fortune.

  • July 16, 2024

    Self-Styled Bitcoin Founder Could Face Criminal Prosecution

    A London judge referred Australian computer scientist Craig Wright to prosecutors Tuesday for potential perjury charges after concluding Wright had repeatedly lied about inventing bitcoin for financial gain.

  • July 16, 2024

    Transgender Judge's Exit Illustrates Bench's Diversity Woes

    The resignation of Victoria McCloud, Britain's only transgender judge, has opened up a debate over just how diverse the judiciary really is. She tells Law360 that "if you're a minority, and you're at risk of being vilified, the support simply isn't there."

  • July 16, 2024

    Bude Nathan Says Ex-Client Understood Joint Venture's Terms

    Property solicitors Bude Nathan Iwanier LLP has claimed that an elderly former client the firm advised on a failed joint venture was an experienced property investor, denying accusations that it failed to warn him that the project was one-sided and dangerous.

  • July 16, 2024

    Nigerians Claim Right To Sue Leigh Day For Oil Spill Victims

    A Nigerian argued to the High Court on Tuesday that he can sue Leigh Day for negligence on behalf of oil spill victims in his country after a judge refused to adjourn the trial for a second time over the claimants' lack of counsel.

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