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Do gagging clauses work?

1st Feb 2015

There has been considerable interest in the use of gagging clauses by public authorities. David Schmitz examines the legal principles relating to them. The recent and growing, trend of governments to hire charities to carry out work previously done by the State has raised concerns that this could lead to a loss of the independence […]

JIBFL 2014

10th Oct 2014

Julian Roberts contributes to the October 2014 Journal of International Banking and Finance Law. Click here to read more.

Swaps, betting and the law – JIBFL, October 2015

1st Oct 2014

In this article Professor Julian Roberts finds an answer in the common law that could offer redress to buyers of loss-inducing “hedging swaps”. Derivatives play a central role in the modern financial markets. Although, in the hands of the unwary, they can lead to ruinous losses, provisions exist to limit such dangers. Principally, this is […]

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