Legal and Financial Risk – March 2015
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 issue:
- Court reads sense into mortgage contracts drawn from multiple sources
- Consumer Rights Act introduces US style opt-out class actions in the UK for the first time
- Judge rules signature block cannot create prescribed mode of acceptance
- Not wilfully in default: The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal's Judgment in Weavering (Maples and Calder guest article)
- The cost of refusing mediation: clarity on approach to costs when mediation is refused
- High Court rules on whether seeking prior written approval was a condition precedent to varying a contract
- One-stop adjudication of a settlement agreement: arbitration or court?
- The FCA's new concurrent competition powers - better outcomes or just more tools?
- Tradition upheld: implied terms and rights of forced sale
- FCA regulatory round-up
Read the full newsletter: 'Legal and Financial Risk – March 2015'