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Disputes Eye: Hunting krakens – As finance and Russian work slows veteran litigators look to key trends and opportunities

September 13, 2018, Legal Business

Louise Freeman spoke with Legal Business regarding the latest trends in disputes. She highlights the growing potential for litigation from the rise in cyberattacks impacting major companies. Ms. Freeman observed ‘The UK courts are increasingly adapting to deal with this kind of litigation,’ and points to the Clarkson v Person or Persons Unknown High Court case in March, where Mr. Justice Warby granted injunctions against unknown defendants to protect confidential information.

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