Legal and Financial Risk - November 2014
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:
- Landmark decision allowing issuer of securitisation to claim against a valuer
- Credit Suisse succeeds in establishing remedy for breach of contractual undertakings
- High Court decides in favour of business common sense construction of indemnity clause
- English law contractual duty of good faith ready for take-off?
- "Without prejudice" correspondence is not without prejudice unless a genuine dispute as to liability exists
- EU 'recasts' its rules on jurisdiction and enforcing judgments
- Regulatory round up
- Overview of Fair and Effective Markets Review and Financial Stability Board proposals on the regulation of the Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities markets
- Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill - Register of people with significant control
- Commercial Court considers cross jurisdictional enforcement of New York Convention awards
- LCIA publishes new arbitration rules
- New York’s highest court upholds the "separate entity" rule, protecting non-US banks from extraterritorial restraints on customer accounts served on their New York branches by judgment creditors
Read the full newsletter: 'Legal and Financial Risk - November 2014'