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Tate Visitors Looking At More Than Art, Supreme Court Told

Residents of luxury London apartments with windows adjacent to the neighboring Tate Modern museum have privacy rights and the gallery is contributing to an illegal nuisance, their lawyer argued to the U.K.'s Supreme Court on Tuesday.

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Credit Suisse, Libyan Businessman Dodge LIA Bribery Claims

A London judge has tossed the Libyan Investment Authority's $12 million lawsuit against Credit Suisse and a Libyan businessman over an alleged bribery scheme, finding the country's sovereign wealth fund waited too long to bring the claim.

Law Society Taps London Olympics Vet As Interim Chief

The Law Society of England and Wales said on Tuesday that it has appointed a procurement heavyweight who had a leading role in delivering the 2012 London Olympics as interim chief executive.

Rolls-Royce Eyes Quick Win Over Goodrich JV Gone South

Rolls-Royce asked a London court on Tuesday to rule that Goodrich Corp. had wrongly refused to honor the terms of a deal to sell its shares in a joint venture building engine control parts to the British manufacturing giant.

Denmark Wins Fight To Extradite Woman In Danske Bank Case

A London court rejected on Tuesday an attempt by a Danish-Russian businesswoman to avoid extradition to Denmark over allegations that she helped Eastern Europeans set up companies that were used in a €4.3 billion ($4.8 billion) money laundering scandal at the country's biggest lender.

FCA Floats New 'Consumer Duty' In Bid To Drive Up Standards

The Financial Conduct Authority said on Tuesday that it wants to introduce sweeping new rules that place a new requirement on all regulated companies to act in the best interests of consumers.

VW Fights To Limit Deceit Claims In UK 'Dieselgate' Suit

British drivers suing Volkswagen AG over diesel cars rigged with emissions-cheating devices should not be able to advance claims that they were deceived, lawyers for the carmaker said Monday in the High Court during the early stages of a "Dieselgate" compensation suit. 

Facebook Hit With £150B US Suit, UK Claims Over Myanmar

Facebook is facing claims totaling more than £150 billion ($200 billion) in the U.S. and England accusing the social media giant of enabling genocide against the Rohingya, lawyers for Myanmar's Muslim minority announced on Monday.

LV Members Urge FCA To Pause £530M Bain Takeover Bid

The Financial Conduct Authority should step in to delay an important vote in the controversial £530 million ($700 million) takeover of Liverpool Victoria, lawyers representing members of the mutual insurer have said.

MPs To Probe Strength Of Justice System In Tackling Fraud

A parliamentary committee has launched an inquiry into the criminal justice system's approach to combating fraud, after finding that a shortage of government resources has contributed to approximately £137 billion ($182 billion) of scams in Britain every year.

Ex-Nissan GC Turned Whistleblower Must Destroy Docs

A London judge on Friday ordered the former global general counsel for Nissan to return or destroy copies of confidential documents taken from the auto giant that he's using in a whistleblower case against his beleaguered ex-employer.

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