- Royal Bank of Scotland v Ashton. Benson, Claire; Corbett, Helen; Jones, Sinead; Ward, Helen; O'Neil, Tori // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2011, p7
The article discusses a court case wherein the Royal Bank of Scotland discontinued paying any sick leave filed by its employee who took frequent irregular periods of absence from work in 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 due to severe migraines.
- Repayment of overdrafts. // Law & Financial Markets Review;Mar2010, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p209
The article discusses the court case Hall v Royal Bank of Scotland PLC concerning repayment of overdrafts. It states that the plaintiffs entered into an agreement with the local branch for RBS. It mentions that the judge held that a bank do not have a duty of care to its customer when he or she...
- Fresh trouble for UK bank. // Business & Economy;May2013, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p18
The article reports on the lawsuit filed by RBOS Shareholder Action Group, a group of some 12,000 private shareholders and institutions in Great Britain, against the state-owned bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for misleading investors at the height of the 2008 financial crisis.
- Zinda v Royal Bank of Scotland plc. Dobson, Sally // Estates Gazette;7/2/2011, Issue 1126, p85
The article discusses a court case where the appellant charged his house to the respondent bank through mortgage to secure a loan of 133,000 British pounds. In the case of Zinda vs. Royal Bank of Scotland plc, the respondent agreed to consolidate the remaining arrears of the appellant with the...
- Torre Asset Funding v RBS. Dowell, Katy // Lawyer (Online Edition);1/7/2013, p27
The article discusses the court case between Torre Asset Funding Ltd. and the Royal Bank of Scotland, which deals with hedge funds.
- ON LAW. Metcalfe, Christian // Estates Gazette;10/16/2010, Issue 1041, p65
The author comments on the court deliberations on the case of Royal Bank of Scotland, which was getting court approval that Liverpool Football Club owners George Gillett and Tom Hicks do not have the right to prevent a planned Â£300 million sale of the club.
- IN FOCUS. // Employers Law;May2009, p9
The article discusses the court case Beck v. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce that was heard by the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) in Great Britain. It explains that the EAT has ordered the bank to disclose additional documents sought by the claimant although those documents did not relate...
- Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Harrison. // Employers Law;Nov2008, p9
The article discusses the court case Royal Bank of Scotland plc versus Harrison wherein the tribunal ruled in favor of Harrison. The case focused on a situation where there was an unexpected disruption or termination of childcare arrangements which meant that it was necessary for a parent to...
- More cautionary tales. Eden, Sandra // Edinburgh Law Review;May2004, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p276
Focuses on the legal aspects of the grant by the wife of a principal debtor of cautionary obligation or security for his debts. Enforcement of the security following the debtor's default; Defense that the security was tainted in some way; Facts, issue in ruling in â€œRoyal Bank of Scotland...