Work Area: Complex commercial litigation

Lynch found liable in HP-Autonomy fraud case

The UK’s home secretary has said that British entrepreneur Michael Lynch can be extradited to the US, hours after a London court sided with HP in its long-running fraud claim against the Autonomy co-founder.

28 January 2022

Autonomy founder loses bid to delay extradition decision

A UK court has given the home secretary 48 hours to decide whether to approve businessman Mike Lynch’s extradition to the US to face charges he inflated the value of his business prior to its 2011 sale to Hewlett-Packard.

26 January 2022

Danish tax authority fights to resurrect UK cum-ex lawsuit

The tax authority warned that upholding the High Court’s dismissal of the cum-ex lawsuit would make it almost impossible for overseas authorities to bring fraud claims in the UK.

25 January 2022

DOJ looks to address Boeing DPA concerns

The US attorney general’s plans to meet with the families of crash victims demonstrate how seriously the Justice Department is taking their attack on Boeing’s DPA.

24 January 2022

MPs rebuke law firms over “unethical” work for clients

21 January 2022

Investors sue Airbus and auditors

10 January 2022

NCA serves arrest warrant in 1MDB case

The UK’s National Crime Agency has served PetroSaudi’s lawyers with an arrest warrant seeking around $300 million that was allegedly stolen from Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.

29 November 2021

FRC fines Grant Thornton over construction company audits

01 November 2021

KPMG pays $84m to settle Hong Kong listing negligence claim

20 July 2021

Greensill founder accused of using SFO investigation to duck public scrutiny

17 June 2021

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