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UK Supreme Court Redefines Criminal Dishonesty Test

By Stuart Alford QC, Daniel Smith and Clare Nida The UK Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the criminal dishonesty test in R v Ghosh is wrong and that courts should no longer follow this test. The recent decision in Ivey v Genting Casinos clarifies that the test for dishonesty in all proceedings (criminal and … Continue Reading

Arbitration and the Courts – A Question of Balance

By Jonathan Hew Lord Thomas has delivered a speech calling for the relationship between arbitration and the courts in England and Wales to be rebalanced. This has elicited strong responses from prominent members of the arbitration community, including Lord Saville and Sir Bernard Eder. The Judges’ Arguments Lord Thomas emphasised that publicly-debated court decisions are … Continue Reading
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