Partner Abigail Healey explores anti-suit injunctions in Law360
Following a recent case in which an anti-suit injunction was filed to prevent a defendant from pursuing claims in the Federal High Court of Nigeria, Partner Abigail Healey discusses the principles in granting anti-suit injunctions and exclusive jurisdiction clauses.
Partner Abigail Healey comments on ICO fines and data breaches in IT Pro
Following the news that the ICO has fined the Ministry of Defence £350,000, Partner Abigail Healey comments on how organisations can take steps to respond to and rectify data breaches.
Quillon Law ranked in Chambers & Partners UK 2024
Quillon Law has been ranked again in Chambers and Partners UK 2024 Guide for Banking Litigation and Civil Fraud.
Partner Nicola McKinney comments on the cum-ex trading scandal in City A.M.
In light of a Supreme Court ruling which saw the founder of hedge fund Solo Capital Partners lose a bid to prevent a £1.4bn trial over cum-ex tax trades, Partner Nicola McKinney comments on the wider implications of this case.
Abigail Healey discusses OFSI licence applications and the right to reputation in Solicitors Journal
Abigail Healey explores OFSI’s approach to licence applications in defamation claims, and discusses concerns over access to justice and the right to reputation.
Partner Mark Hastings ranked as “Recommended’ for Asset Recovery in Who’s Who Legal
Partner Mark Hastings has been ranked as a "Recommended' lawyer for Asset Recovery in Who's Who Legal 2023.
Managing Associate James Clark analyses the rise in financial crime and fraud in the UK in Law360
In light of the recent conviction of investment fraudster Anthony Constantinou, Managing Associate James Clark explores how the UK has become known as the fraud capital of the world.
Partners Michael Barnett and Mark Hastings comment on UBS’ acquisition of Credit Suisse in The Banker
Partners Michael Barnett and Mark Hastings discuss the challenges UBS faces to resolve the legacy issues inherited from its acquisition of Credit Suisse.
Partner Michael Barnett discusses the Sova Capital judgment in Solicitors Journal
Partner Michael Barnett analyses the landmark bankruptcy case, involving the acquisition of £274 million of Russian securities, in England’s first “unsecured credit bid”.
Partner Mark Hastings analyses the impact of sanctions on Russian litigation in London in Chambers Expert Focus
Partner Mark Hastings explores how sanctions have disrupted a significant amount of Russian litigation in London, and the interesting questions of jurisprudence, politics and policy, which have arisen as a result.