Carter-Ruck clients successful in substantial interest rate hedging product consequential loss claim
Posted on 15 March 2016 by Carter-Ruck
Two Carter-Ruck clients have received substantial consequential redress awards under the Financial Conduct Authority’s Interest Rate Hedging Product Review.
MJH Executive Homes Limited and MJH Investments Limited are small businesses which buy and develop residential property sites. In 2007 their owner, Mr Michael Hartnett, approached Allied Irish Banks (‘the Bank’) for loans to cover two new developments.
The clients were advised by Ruth Collard and Peter Smith
Posted on 01 March 2016 by
Anglia Research Services, a leading genealogical research company, and its director Philip Turvey, have obtained a pre-action disclosure order against Finders International and its Managing Director Daniel Curran (a regular participant in the BBC’s “Heir Hunters” programme).
The Judgment can be found here
See links below for media and other coverage of this story:
Posted on 04 February 2016 by
With sanctions lifted, Iran is back in business - we must be ready to make the most of the opportunities.
Posted on 14 January 2016 by
Last year’s Carter-Silk/Proudman debate raises a number of interesting issues about how private social media accounts are treated by journalists.
Please also see Rebecca Toman's article in the Huffington Post here.
Posted on 11 January 2016 by
After more than a decade of negotiations, 2015 proved a breakthrough year in the normalisation of relations between Iran and the international community.
This article by Miranda Rushton was first published in FT Adviser on 11 January 2016
Posted on 23 December 2015 by
Popstar Niall Horan of One Direction fame has won the right to pursue a libel case against a tabloid paper for the insinuation he had used hard drugs. The case raises interesting questions for all individuals in the public eye as to how papers report on 'celeb' or people news and the troublesome issue of meaning.
Posted on 22 December 2015 by Carter-Ruck
The appeal was against the quantum of damages awarded by Mann J in a judgment dated 21 May 2015. Mann J had awarded a total of almost £1.25 million to 8 claimants including Sadie Frost and Paul Gascoigne.
Posted on 21 December 2015 by Carter-Ruck
The High Court has found in favour of the claimant, Sam Theedom, a recruitment consultant, in a preliminary issues trial on meaning and serious harm in a defamation case – one of the first trials on the question of what amounts to “serious harm” for the purposes of section 1 of the Defamation Act 2013 and the first preliminary issues trial on meaning and serious harm to date in which the claimant has been completely successful.
Read the judgment here
Posted on 21 December 2015 by Carter-Ruck
Carter-Ruck is acting against Google, Inc., ('Google') on behalf of a number of clients pursuing claims under the ‘right to be forgotten’ principles. The actions relate to Google’s refusals to remove links to inaccurate or irrelevant data on the internet.
Posted on 17 December 2015 by
Claire Gill and Stevie Loughrey explain the importance of having a reputation management strategy when pursuing commercial litigation.
Posted on 08 December 2015 by Carter-Ruck
Iran’s implementation day is expected to be first quarter of 2016, and investors will be watching what happens with interest. World Finance speaks with solicitor Guy Martin, who says the Persian state should be approached with caution.
This interview was first published on World Finance on 8 December 2015
Posted on 07 December 2015 by
Guy Martin, partner and head of international law, highlights the four key reasons holding Iran back as an investment potential following the lifting of sanctions earlier this summer.
Posted on 24 November 2015 by
High Court grants permission to plead fraud in LIBOR Claim against RBS
This article explains the significance and potential ramifications of Birrs J’s judgment for any business that is, or is considering, bringing a claim for the mis-sale of LIBOR-based financial products.
Posted on 19 November 2015 by
In the wake of juries finding that eleven Sun journalists were not guilty of misconduct in a public office offences, Operation Elveden stands accused. Lawyers for the cleared journalists say the Metropolitan Police made a "monumental error" in pursuing the case. Given its cost - reported to be some £30m - they may well have a point.
This article by Adam Tudor and Isabella Piasecka was first published in the Press Gazette on 18 October 2015