Monthly Archives: October 2022

Tom Snelling and Kitty Kirton discuss Wirecard CEO to face a multi-billion fraud trial by the end of the year in The Accountant

Partner Tom Snelling and Associate Kitty Kirton discuss the recent news that Wirecard CEO Markus Braun is to face trial by the end of the year over alleged fraud, breach of trust and accounting manipulation.

Oct 26, 2022

Signature Litigation and members ranked in Chambers UK 2023 Guide

Signature Litigation and members ranked in Chambers UK 2023 Guide.

Oct 20, 2022

Paul Brehony highlights the FRC’s new guidance given recent audit failings

Partner Paul Brehony highlights the importance of the Financial Reporting Council’s new guidance in light of recent high-profile audit failings, in Accountancy Daily.

Oct 20, 2022

Paul Brehony and Olivier Swain examine the landmark Supreme Court judgment on the creditor duty in The Law Society Gazette

Paul Brehony and Olivier Swain examine the landmark Supreme Court judgment on the creditor duty in The Law Society Gazette.

Oct 18, 2022

Sunken silver, state immunity and the law of salvage – Tom Snelling and Adriano Stagni

Tom Snelling and Adriano Stagni examine the Court of Appeal’s decision the first case in the over forty years since the State Immunity Act 1978 was enacted to consider s10(4)(a).

Oct 12, 2022

Paul Brehony comments in The Telegraph and Accountancy Daily

Partner Paul Brehony comments in The Telegraph following the UK Supreme Court’s ruling on the creditor duty in BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana SA.

Oct 06, 2022

Momentous Supreme Court judgment on the creditor duty – Tom Snelling and Olivier Swain

Partner Tom Snelling and Senior Associate Olivier Swain examine the implications of the Supreme Court’s ruling in BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana SA, in which the court decided that a creditor duty does exist, but it is not triggered when insolvency is neither probable nor imminent.

Oct 05, 2022

Kate Gee and Tom Crawford examine the FCA’s warning against crypto exchange FTX

Kate Gee and Tom Crawford examine the FCA’s warning against crypto exchange FTX in Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence.

Oct 05, 2022

Commercial Court strikes out inadmissible pleaded reliance on decisions of foreign tribunals – Tom Snelling and Tadhg O’Leary

Partner Tom Snelling and Senior Associate Tadhg O’Leary examine the recent ruling in Jinxin Inc v Aser Media Pte Ltd and others, which re-affirms the Commercial Court’s position that decisions of foreign courts are inadmissable as evidence.

Oct 04, 2022

Flore Poloni comments on the Kabab-Ji ruling in Global Arbitration Review

Partner Flore Poloni comments on the Kabab-Ji ruling in Global Arbitration Review.

Oct 03, 2022

The Kabab-Ji ruling: cementing a cross-Channel clash

French arbitration law affirms its rules on the governing law of arbitration agreements by putting the Kabab-Ji / KFG saga to a close in a decision of 28 September 2022 (Cour de cassation).

Oct 03, 2022

Commercial arbitration specialist Neil Newing promoted to partner

Specialist commercial disputes law firm Signature Litigation today announces the promotion of international commercial arbitration specialist Neil Newing to Partner.

Oct 03, 2022