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Singularis Holdings Ltd v Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd [2019] UKSC 50
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Sophia Hurst comments on yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in Singularis Holdings Ltd (In liquidation) v Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd [2019] UKSC 50 and the scope of banks’ liability for failing to prevent fraud.

2019: claims to fame
Authors: New Law Journal Constance McDonnell KC

Constance McDonnell QC examines the year’s most notable 1975 Act decisions.

If you have a subscription to New Law Journal, you can view the full article here.

Offices to flat: a rare modification?
Authors: New Law Journal Andrew Bruce

In an article for New Law Journal, Andrew Bruce explains the groups for sweeping away a leasehold covenant under s 84 of the Law of Property Act 1925.

The article, 'Offices to flats: a rare modification?' is available here.

Putting Off the Competition
Authors: Solicitors Journal Jennifer Haywood

In an article for Solicitors Journal, Jennifer Haywood discusses how drafting effective restrictive covenants in a law firm's partnership deed is vital to protect the firm against team moves which can be catastrophic. 

Jennifer's article 'Putting Off the Competition', can be found in Solicitor Journal's October Edition online. 

Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms and Antitrust
View PDF Authors: Professor Suzanne Rab

Professor Suzanne Rab has written an article on 'Artifical Intelligence, Algorithms and Antitrust'. The article is a brief summary of key themes discussed at the Competition Law Association 2019 Seminar and panel session.

When can proceedings be stayed in favour of ADR?  Ohpen Operations UK Ltd v Invesco Managers Ltd [2019] EWHC 2245 (TCC)
View PDF Authors: Zoe O'Sullivan KC

Zoe discusses how O'Farrell J's judgment usefully revisits an issue on which lawyers are often asked to advise in practice: does the contract impose binding obligations on the parties to exhaust all contractual dispute resolution processes before they can commence court or arbitration proceedings? 

Easements of recreation: a new species
Authors: Solicitors Journal Christopher Stoner KC

In an article for Solicitors Journal, 'Easements of recreation: a new species'Christopher Stoner QC explains the Supreme Court's rationale in recognising a new species of easement.

‘Losing the farm in a family feud’
Authors: New Law Journal Jennifer Haywood

Jennifer Haywood uncovers some valuable lessons on proprietary estoppel from recent Court of Appeal decisions.

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EBA’s Danske Probe Prompts Calls for New AML Safeguards
Authors: Law360 Professor Suzanne Rab

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