Cyber-attacks on banks: the consequences of a loss of access to bank records, March 2017

title pageRaymond and Liisa Lahti recently published the article “Cyber-attacks on banks: the consequences of a loss of access to bank records” in the Journal of International Banking & Financial Law, vol. 32, issue 3. In the article they reflect on the legal and regulatory consequences of a cyber-attack in which customer credit balances have been misappropriated and the bank is no longer able to access computer records including archives of accounts held by it.

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“Law and Practice of Commercial Litigation in Singapore”, edited by Tan Chuan Thye SC, published December 2015

Commercial_Litigation_Bk title pageRaymond and Niamh Cleary contributed the chapter “Opening and Closing Submissions” in “Law and Practice of Commercial Litigation in Singapore”, edited by Tan Chuan Thye SC (series edited by Kannan Ramesh JC), Thomson Reuters Singapore, December 2015.

Commercial litigation is one of the busiest areas of practice in Singapore with the commercial court developing its own unique nuances. Law & Practice of Commercial Litigation in Singapore provides an in-depth, comprehensive and practical look at the practice of commercial litigation.

Extract 1 Introduction
Extract 2 Written opening submissions at trial

A closer look at the litigation funding industry

vanninRaymond examines the current state of the UK third party litigation funding industry and the benefits a more mature funding market could bring in “A closer look at the litigation funding industry”, published in Funding in Focus, by Legal Week Intelligence, May 2015.

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Evidentiary Standards in Financial Arbitration

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Raymond is the author of “Evidentiary Standards in Financial Arbitration” in International Financial Disputes: Arbitration and Mediation published in March 2015.

Extract 1 Introduction.

Extract 2 Privilege.

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Implications of the Failure of the Bank of England RTGS system

In thInternational Banking and Financial law coveris article, Roger Jones Chairman of TARGET Working Group and Raymond Cox discuss the implications of a failure of the UK system for real time settlement of payments. The system (RTGS) is operated by the Bank of England and suffered a technical problem on 20 October 2014 which meant it ceased to operate for nearly 10 hours. This article discusses the operational and legal implications of such an outage.

 

Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, [2015] 2 JIBFL 69

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