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A real estate investor is suing Allianz and another insurer for £3.6 million ($4.7 million) for allegedly failing to pay for the cost of fixing defective refurbishment work carried out on the tallest residential block in an eastern English county.
A judge has named a new trustee for London Capital & Finance following his recent decision that Global Security Trustees Ltd. was too much in conflict over its links to the collapsed bond firm to maintain the confidence of bondholders.
Competition was not restricted by the way that Visa and Mastercard set interchange fees in Britain, a lawyer for one of the credit card giants told the Supreme Court on Monday in a long awaited appeal.
Rising costs of insurance for financial advisers have caused more than 30 companies to stop offering pensions transfer advice in the last three months, the Personal Finance Society warned on Monday.
Six international arbitration lawyers from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, White & Case LLP, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, Blackstone Chambers and Clyde & Co. LLP are among the 114 new Queen's Counsel who will formally become silks in March.