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MAR
16

New Instruction for LNL, Jeffrey Lewis & Keith Wood

gag orderWe have been instructed to represent an individual who is the subject of a 'super injunction' and is facing criminal contempt proceedings in the High Court.

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FEB
24

Keith Wood Published In Lexology

gag orderKeith Wood’s article on an aspect of Super Injunctions was published in Lexology on 19 February 2014. See article here.

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JAN
30

New Important Developments Regarding Super-Injunctions – by Keith Wood

gag orderThis firm has gained considerable recent experience of acting in privacy/harassment injunctions and in particular applications to commit following breach.

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JUN
12

SFO Pleads Poverty in Tchenguiz Case

The Financial Times (05 June 2013) reports that the SFO submitted to Mr Justice Eder that the Court should consider the cost to the taxpayer, as it continues to defend High Court proceedings brought by Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz, as a result of the agency’s ill-fated investigation into the collapse of Kaupthing Bank.

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MAR
23

High Court Extradition Success for Nicholas Wragg & Counsel James Stansfeld

Mr V’s extradition was sought pursuant to five European Arrest Warrants issued by Hungary to prosecute him for thirteen offences of fraud. Whilst not all offences could be challenged there was, in addition to a successful challenge to the first warrant that Mr V cannot be extradited for that offence, a new argument was raised because three of the warrants sought extradition for the same offences. In agreeing with James Stansfeld’s arguments, Mr Justice Keith held that Mr V could not be extradited for any of those offences unless Hungary decides to only prosecute Mr V for two out of the four offences. We are awaiting Hungary’s decision.

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