The top trials of 2005 and 2006

Harris, Joanne
January 2006
Lawyer;1/9/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents a list of the top ten trials of 2005 and the cases of 2006 in Great Britain. The decision of Delloitte, the liquidators of the Bank of Credit &3x0026; Commerce International on the case against the Bank of England prompted a storm of criticism over the length of the trial. The 25-year-old decision in Siebe Gorman v. Barclays Bank of the 2004 Court of Appeal was overturned by the House of Lords.


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