Managing Director found not liable for EUR 54 million damages in “Fake President Fraud” | ZFZ Postcard Cases
The Austrian Supreme Court recently ruled on the liability of a managing director in a case of “Fake President Fraud” – a scam under which the scammer poses as a company’s executive, and manipulates an employee of the company into transferring funds.
7th Circuit Emphasizes Narrow Scope of Judicial Review of Arbitral Orders | ZFZ Postcard Cases
The Seventh Circuit was tasked with reviewing an FAA arbitral award that ruled in favor of Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London against Continental in an insurance dispute.
Ed, Luke and Eva-Maria Ranked in Super Lawyers 2021!
Shannen Trout Completes Her Traineeship!
A big congrats is in store for our Shannen Trout for finishing her traineeship and officially qualifying as an England and Wales Solicitor!
Spielthoff Transport B.V. v. Phyto-Charter Inc.
In Spielthoff Transport B.V. v. Phyto-Charter Inc., No. 20-CV-3283, (S.D.N.Y. May 13, 2021), the court granted a petition to compel arbitration, denying the respondent’s motions to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction and failure to state a claim, and went so far as to order the respondent to choose an arbitrator or have the court appoint one for it.
Aiden Lerch Completes Oxford’s BCL and Receives Full PhD Scholarship
A huge congratulations for Aiden Lerch (Associate with our London office)!