Concurrent Interest in UK Law

  • Taking Security Over Publicly Traded Shares
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... it acquires (directly or indirectly) as a result of its security interest. However, an exercise of voting rights by the lender will trigger a ... information about not only its own interest but also any other concurrent interest of which he or she has knowledge. If an interested person fails ......
  • Taking security over publicly traded shares
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    Taking security over publicly traded shares can be a minefield for an unprepared lender. Lee Federman and Nik Colbridge discuss some key issues to consider.
    ...... it acquires (directly or indirectly) as a result of its security interest. However, an exercise of voting rights by the lender will trigger a ... information about not only its own interest but also any other concurrent interest of which he or she has knowledge. If an interested person fails ......
  • SL Claimants v Tesco: High Court clarifies the confidentiality of documents referred to in separate criminal proceedings
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    In SL Claimants v Tesco Plc,1 the High Court considered a number of issues relating to disclosure during the fourth case management conference in those proceedings. Of particular interest to practi...
    ......Of particular interest to practitioners and parties to litigation was the Court's findings ......
  • Concurrent Proceedings are not Inherently Unfair
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... be regarded as necessarily supporting a stay of a regulatory investigation or of disciplinary proceedings conducted in and for the public interest". In considering the issue as to whether there is an inherent unfairness in concurrent proceedings, the judge said there were essentially two ......
  • DBAs Revisited – Recommendations Of The Civil Justice Council In Relation To Damages-Based Agreements
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... Use of hybrid DBAs: concurrent vs sequential Following some debate as to whether hybrid DBAs are ... fee" type arrangement, which appears to be of limited commercial interest to many firms. However, the CJC review highlights a distinction between ......
  • Defamation And Data Protection: A Twin-Barrelled Approach To Claims Against Publishers
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... not defamatory of someone to say they are working against the interests of a ruler. The Court of Appeal, however, overturned this judgment on the ..., the judge had allowed the Prince to amend his claim to add a concurrent claim based on the DPA. On appeal, Elaph submitted that a claimant should ......
  • Transparency International UK “Deterring and Punishing Corporate Bribery” new publication
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    TI states that the report intends to provoke discussion and to make recommendations to the UK government and prosecuting authorities that will "help to ensure just, fair and transparent outcom...
    ...... 6 to 8 of the report).  The ones which we find particularly interesting include: Recommendation 6: Protocols in international cases:  The ... the US, which deals with the underlying principles of settling concurrent jurisdictional issues.  Decisions should be taken on grounds of public ......
  • Drawing Back The Veil: A Summary Of Upcoming Companies House Transparency Reforms – January 2020
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... roles, as the proposals also include a cap on the number of concurrent directorships an individual can hold. This is a response to concerns about conflicts of interest, and how diligently someone can fulfil their duties whilst holding ......
  • A Sad, But Salutary Lesson
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... Background. The dispute had already raised issues of interest to the legal profession. In Walter Lilly & Co Ltd v Mackay [2012] EWHC ...those include global claims and concurrent delays". The action. The claimant contractors Walter Lilly (WLC) had ......
  • Results of first concurrent stress test of UK banking system
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    The Bank of England (BoE) has published a report setting out the results of the first concurrent stress test of the UK banking system.  The exercise involved eight major UK banks and building socie...
    ...... vulnerabilities stemming from a number of scenarios including a very severe housing market shock and a sharp rise or “snap back” in interest rates. The results of the exercise were used by the PRA Board and the Financial Policy Committee as part of their evaluation of the capital adequacy ......
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