Tory Donor Regains Access To 'Stolen' Email Cache

Law360, London (April 22, 2021, 3:39 PM BST) -- A prominent Conservative donor and his son can have access to an archive of emails allegedly stolen by their former lawyer after they told a judge that a fashion mogul had used them for blackmail over the collapse of an Icelandic bank.

Judge Adam Johnson has ordered Kevin Stanford to allow solicitors for David Rowland and his son, Jonathan, to capture and electronic image of a cache of emails belonging to the businessman, according to an April 21 order at the High Court. 

Stanford, a former fashion executive, has accused the Rowlands of fraud in connection with the collapse of Kaupthing Group...

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