Banking Litigation Podcast Episode 23: Monthly Update – December 2020 (Christmas Special!)
In the CHRISTMAS SPECIAL edition of our monthly update podcast, we look at key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions, combined with some festive cheer and a few surprises. This episode is hosted by John Corrie, a partner in our banking litigation team, who is joined by Ceri Morgan, Mark Tanner and some very special guests.
You can find links to our blog posts on the cases covered in this podcast below:
- High Court tests newly narrowed scope of the “reflective loss” rule in first decision since the Supreme Court’s judgment in Marex
- Commercial Court considers impact of force majeure clause on repayment obligation in sale of goods contract
- High Court finds no breach of duty by bank in exercise of enforcement rights under finance agreements
- High Court strikes out group claims in light of parallel claims overseas: good news for parent company liability claims?
- Class action reform in France: Necessary, but debatable
- Capital Raisings and Opportunistic M&A in a Covid-19 Environment—Lessons Learned from the Global Financial Crisis
- Beyond Brexit: Countdown to 1 January 2021 – new video briefings and podcasts available, including on jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments
- How far can UK courts depart from EU case law?
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Speakers: John Corrie (Partner), Ceri Morgan (Professional Support Consultant), Mark Tanner (Senior Associate)