Financial Disputes in UK Law

  • CITY DISPUTES PANEL: SPECIALIST ARBITRATION FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY
    • No. 2-4, April 1994
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 331-339
    This paper, based on an interview with Richard Freeman, describes the creation and development of the City Disputes Panel (CDP). It is the initiative of Richard Freeman, a solicitor and former merc...
  • THE INSURANCE OMBUDSMAN BUREAU AND FINANCIAL SERVICES DISPUTES — AN OBITUARY?
    • No. 2-3, March 1994
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 220-226
    This paper examines what the financial services industry expects from the Insurance Ombudsman Bureau. It measures the IOB's success in meeting these expectations against the yardsticks of public co...
  • The United Kingdom's Immunity from Seizure Legislation
    • No. 72-5, September 2009
    • The Modern Law Review
    The UK's Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) has introduced legislation to provide immunity from seizure for cultural objects on temporary loan from other countries to approved museums an...
    ... ... they might be se ized by creditors seeking to settle ¢nancial disputes or by claimants contesting ownership of the works.This article examines ... ...
  • From Co-Operative to Coercive Federalism and Back?
    • No. 10-2, June 1979
    • Federal Law Review
    • 0000
    In this article Ross Cranston discusses the changing nature of Federalism, tracing its development and examining possible characterizations of its basis. After reviewing the elements of “co-operati...
  • Post‐‘Brexit’ Financial Governance: Which Dispute Settlement Framework Should Be Utilised?
    • No. 83-1, January 2020
    • The Modern Law Review
    This contribution to the ongoing Brexit discussions addresses topical legal and regulatory issues in the post‐Brexit policy debate, especially the questions surrounding the important area of financ...
    ... ... Specifically , a number of future UK/EU legal disputes with respect to financial services may emerge post-Brexit. The article examines the UK’s track recor d at the Court of Justice of the European ... ...
  • Prospects of an online dispute resolution framework for Islamic Banks in Malaysia. An empirical legal analysis
    • No. 25-1, February 2017
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 39-55
    Purpose: This study aims to examine the prospects of using an online dispute resolution (ODR) platform for resolving relevant Islamic banking disputes in the usual banker–customer relationship in M...
    ... ... resolution (ODR) platformfor resolving relevant Islamic banking disputes in the usual banker–customer relationship in Malaysia. It isargued that ... way in which the recently introduced Islamic FinancialServices (Financial Ombudsman Scheme) Regulations 2015 can be better enhanced to cater for ... ...
  • EU directives and their impact on netting
    • No. 5-2, February 1997
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 154-162
    Nobody disputes the risk‐reducing effect of netting agreements in over‐the‐counter (OTC) derivative contracts. There is an evident interest for banking supervisors to promote such agreements, in or...
    ...Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance Volume 5 Number 2 EU directives and their impact ... ABSTRACT Nobody disputes the risk-reducing effect of net-ting agreements in over-the-counter (OTC) ... ...
  • Let's be PALS: User‐Driven Organizational Change in Healthcare*
    • No. 16-4, December 2005
    • British Journal of Management
    This paper explores user‐driven organizational change in the National Health Service (NHS). The NHS Plan (Department of Health, 2000) created Patient Advice and Liaison Services (PALS) to provide i...
    ... ... First, organizational instability, boundary disputes, variable management support, resource limitations, financial insecurity ... (second edition). Financial Times Prentice Hall, Harlow. Caldwell, R. (2003). ‘Models of change ... ...
  • THE WORK OF THE OMBUDSMAN
    • No. 1-1, January 1992
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 18-28
    Britain's nine ombudsmen provide an informal and inexpensive mechanism for resolving disputes and grievances that arise between individual members of the public and organisations participating in t...
    ... ... provide an informal and inexpensive mechanism for resolving disputes and grievances that arise between individual members of the public and ... type of serious bureau-cratic inefficiency that causes either financial loss or inconvenience to a member of the public. The scope of complaints ... ...
  • Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in U.S. FTAs with Korea, Panama, Peru and Colombia: Basic Designs, Key Characteristics and Implications
    • No. 5-2, December 2016
    • British Journal of American Legal Studies
    • Jaemin Lee
    • Professor of Law, School of Law, Seoul National University. Ph.D., LL.M., LL.B. (Seoul National Univ.)
    • 487-504
    ... ... While issues and disputes under the four FTAs have arguably not been ripe for the constitution of ... In particular, marked disparity in human and financial resources between the United States and the four FTA’s parties may bring ... ...
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