Tag: Banking Law

mis-sold bridging loan lending solicitors advice

Case Study: Lender Default Charge of £150k+ Completely Defeated

Summary of one of our successes in defeating aggressive bridging lender misconduct over default penalty charges and threats to appoint LPA Receivers and commence Possession proceedings.

Lexlaw v Zuberi – Agreed Public Statement on Settlement of Landmark DBA Litigation

Whilst this litigation produced the leading judgment of the Court of Appeal on DBAs the case itself was not resolved by trial of the preliminary issue. The parties have now amicably settled the matter.

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Extension Settlement Lawyers London

RBS v JP SPC 4 & Another: The Privy Council Restricts Banks’ Quincecare Duty

In the recent case of RBS v JP SPC 4 & Another, the Privy Council upheld the striking out of a claim against the Royal Bank of Scotland for damages of over £60 million.

photo of an empty road between old buildings

Bringing Professional Negligence Claims: McClean and Others v Thornhill

The case of McClean and Others v Thornhill sheds light on how those providing advice may now protect themselves based on the technicalities of a disclaimer. Multiple investors…