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– Legal 500 UK 2014 Olswang LLP's practice 'solves issues'.
Richard Bamforth is 'an effective fighter'; Andrew Aglionby is 'a great problem-solver'; Steven Corney is 'a savvy litigator'; Ian Felstead is 'a strategic thinker'; and Jeremy Mash is also highly rated.
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11 April 2014 Advising News International in relation to various matters arising from voicemail interception at the News of the World, including conducting a review into journalistic standards and practices at News International, establishing and running News International's Compensation Scheme for victims of voicemail interception and acting for News Group Newspapers in relation to civil claims brought against it.
Instructed by Maan Al Sanea in connection with proceedings brought by Société Générale under guarantee given in respect of the indebtedness of Saad Trading under a trade finance facility. Acting for Niu Solutions Holdings Ltd in Commercial Court proceedings brought by it for fraudulent misrepresentation and breach of warranty against the sellers of the shares in Ipitomi Limited Niu also obtained an injunction in the Companies Court restraining the advertisement of a winding up petition presented by one of the sellers.
Acted for five partners of the former firm Rowe Cohen in charges brought before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal in a case that (at eight weeks) became the longest ever to be heard before the Tribunal.
– Legal 500 UK 2013 Olswang's team is 'commercially pragmatic'.
It was appointed by the Management and Standards Committee established by News Corporation to advise News Group Newspapers on the resolution of civil claims relating to voicemail interception. Ian Felstead is an 'effective strategist'; and Andrew Aglionby, Steven Corney and Jeremy Mash are also recommended. – Legal 500 UK 2012 Litigation In this update, we consider the following developments: third party funders liable for indemnity costs; "Arkin cap" can take account of security for costs; costs of obtaining third party funding can be recoverable in arbitration; claimant ordered to disclose identity of third party funder so security could be sought against it; Olswang webinar: Third party funding: the future of litigation and international arbitration?
Jeremy Mash, Richard Bamforth and Steven Corney are recommended.
Acting for Kaupthing in dealing with claims arising out of the closing out of its derivatives portfolio, most recently in a dispute with Lornamead Acquisitions Limited, resulting in proceedings reported at  EWHC 2611 (Comm).
Advised the BPI in relation to a challenge to the terms of the Licensing Scheme for the provision of online and mobile music services to the public for private use, promulgated by the Performing Right Society and Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society.
Acted for BDO LLP as Liquidators of Krug International (UK) Limited in claims against the company's directors and US parent for misfeasance and transactions at an undervalue, and defended a related cross-appeal against admittance of a creditor's Proof of Debt.
Proceedings in the British Virgin Islands (co-ordinating the involvement of Ogier as local counsel) resisting a claim for recovery of assets allegedly paid away prior to insolvency made by the liquidator or Ortland Equities Corporation.