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Legal and Financial Risk - March 2014

March 2014

Legal and Financial Risk Newsletter

Hogan Lovells' Legal and Financial Risk is a bi-monthly newsletter on recent legal developments that will impact upon corporates and financial institutions.

In this edition:

    • Supreme Court Judgment widens the ambit of liability for negligent misrepresentation
    • Supreme Court finds that claims against dishonest assistants and knowing recipients in cases of fraudulent breach of trust are subject to a 6-year limitation period
    • Court of Appeal decides that one bite of the cherry is enough for awards by the Financial Ombudsman Service
    • Damage limitation clauses: damages may not be an adequate remedy compared to injunctive relief
    • The FCA's consumer credit regime
    • The importance of the dominant purpose test in proving litigation privilege
    • The courts see-saw over implementing Jackson reforms

Read the full newsletter: 'Legal and Financial Risk - March 2014'


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