We are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new podcast channel to provide regular bite-sized broadcasts covering both litigation and regulatory developments for banks and other financial institutions. You can subscribe for the new channel here (we suggest doing this from your mobile device so you can select your preferred app for listening to podcasts, e.g. Apple, Spotify etc.).
This follows the success of our banking litigation podcast series launched earlier this year, which has become popular with in-house lawyers looking for a convenient and time-efficient way to keep on top of rapidly changing developments. The series takes the form of a monthly episode on key developments of interest to the industry, and also special editions on hot topics (for example, the litigation risks arising from LIBOR discontinuance). You can access the back-catalogue of podcasts through the subscription link above or on our banking litigation blog. The platform will be further enhanced by our FSR team who will soon release their own podcast series, providing frequent regulatory insights in the financial services sector.
The launch coincides with the release of the 10th episode of the banking litigation podcast series, which can be downloaded on all the usual platforms: Buzzsprout, Apple and Spotify. This edition is a monthly update podcast, looking at key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions. You can find links to our blog posts on the cases covered in this podcast below:
- High Court finds in favour of Lehman administrator in respect of US $7 million trade error and implies term into otherwise “unworkable” debt security trade agreement
- High Court endorses use of CPR Part 86 interpleader application by financial services firm seeking court guidance
- Privilege: a reminder of the dangers of cherry picking
- 46 countries sign the new Singapore Convention on mediated settlements
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