Shaper: Nick English

Nick English Nick English, one half of the The Bremont Watch Company, was born and raised in Cambridge, and graduated with a First in Geography from Manchester University in...

Shaper: Nick English

Nick English Nick English, one half of the The Bremont Watch Company, was born and raised in Cambridge, and graduated with a First in Geography from Manchester University in...

Fraud Insights: Findings of fact in arbitration form basis of grant of freezing order

In Great Station Properties SA and another v UMS Holding Ltd and others [2017] EWHC 3330 (Comm) the Commercial Court granted…

World Economic Forum: the impact of technological change on women in the workplace

Last week saw business and political leaders descend on Davos for the annual World Economic Forum. In recent years, the WEF has increased its focus on gender equality in...

Malicious Prosecution of Civil Claims

Until relatively recently, a defendant that had successfully defended a maliciously advanced civil claim was prevented from bringing a claim for malicious prosecution against that claimant in respect of...

Shapers: Simon Rogerson and Chris Hulatt

Simon Rogerson Simon studied at St Andrews University “mainly to play golf”, graduating with a first class MA in Modern Languages. He was an analyst at Mercury Asset Management...

Top 17 quotes of 2017

It’s been quite a year, but 2017 is (finally) over. Here we highlight our pick of the year’s wisest words and most memorable quotes from our brilliant Business Shapers....

Shaper: Jason Trost

Show aired on 3rd February 2018 Jason Trost Jason Trost is the founder and CEO of London-based Smarkets, one of the world’s largest betting exchanges. As a trading platform,...

Fraud Insights: Director Disqualification and Compensation Orders: An Update

The Government has recently published guidance on compensation orders which will be of interest to directors and practitioners.

Corruption in Latin America and the Caribbean

Transparency International (TI) recently published its ‘People and Corruption: Latin America and the Caribbean‘ report as part of its Global Corruption Barometer series. When conducting the research, TI surveyed...

Proposals for a Centralised Fraud Court

On 9 October 2017, the City of London Corporation announced plans for a new court to be built in the Square Mile focussing on fraud, economic crime and cyber...