Finance litigation update - December 2021
Welcome to the latest finance litigation update, in which we summarise some of the most significant cases and other developments relevant to banks and other financial institutions over the last six months or so, as follows:
- Give back the money I sent you – I have made a mistake!
- Adapting to a changing climate: an introduction to ESG
- ESG and litigation risks
- Hurricane Energy restructuring refusal: an ill wind blowing for bondholders?
- The "Reflective Loss Rule" following the Supreme Court's decision in Marex: Primeo v Bank of Bermuda
- Limitation and the date of deception: European Real Estate Debt Fund v Treon & Ors
- Swaps litigation and the capacity to contract: Deutsche Bank v Busto Arsizio
- Choice of jurisdiction in consumer contracts: Bitar v Banque Libano-Francaise and Dooley v Castle Trust
- LIBOR transition: it's getting critical
- Limitation in finance litigation: What would the reasonably diligent investor do?
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