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Carter-Ruck acted for a high net worth individual who has been paid a substantial six-figure sum by the private wealth division of a leading bank following a complaint brought in relation to investment and borrowing advice.
The successful client was represented by Adam Tudor and Isabel Hudson
The firm has secured a favourable settlement of a contractual dispute on behalf of a commercial client against a UK-based PLC.
The successful party was represented by Cameron Doley and Luke Staiano
Carter-Ruck has been pursuing complaints for bank customers who have been missold these products for some time now and is acknowledged to be a leader in this area.
For further information please contact Adam Tudor or Stevie Loughrey.
Following a long legal battle, Carter-Ruck has reached a highly favourable settlement of a contractual dispute with a major global bank on behalf of a London-based SME.
The successful party was represented by Nigel Tait and Zoe Brocket
Tim Wright, the former chief executive of Deccan Chargers IPL cricket franchise, has been awarded £10.5 million plus indemnity costs following the High Court trial of his claim for breach of contract against Deccan Chargers and its parent company Deccan Chronicle Holdings.
Mr Wright was represented by Adam Tudor and Luke Staiano
Click here to read Mr Wright's press release
Carter-Ruck has agreed terms with a leading bank in a substantial claim concerning the misselling of an interest rate hedging product.
If you consider you may have been missold an interest rate hedging product by a UK bank please contact our Swaps team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Carter-Ruck is delighted to announce the addition of three solicitors to its Public International Law and Commercial Litigation teams.
Full profiles are available under Lawyers
Carter-Ruck has successfully represented a property company in its claim for professional negligence against a firm of solicitors, in respect of a substantial property transaction in London.
The successful client was represented by Alasdair Pepper, Laura Haarer and Richard Hodge