On 9 December 2019, the Senior District Judge (SDJ) handed down a judgment in Russian Federation v Tsurcan, Egorova, Kindrachuk & Smychkovsky ordering the discharge of four individuals (the RPs) who were the subject of separate extradition requests from the Russian Federation (RF). The cases had been joined by the SDJ to consider and determine, […]
Mallya was the controlling director of Kingfisher Airways (‘KFA’) and controlled a large group of companies, United Breweries Group (‘UB’) of which KFA was a part. UB expanded into over 20 countries. In 2003, Mallya formed KFA and was its CEO. Between 2008 – 2009, KFA sought substantial loans from Indian banks. KFA approached the […]
The Matrix Law Pod Episode 3 – The Sound of Silence: The Vacuum in International Leadership and its Impact on the World’s Poorest
This week we are continuing to look at the international response to the coronavirus crisis but turning from examining the impact on wealthy, albeit troubled nations, to those toward the bottom end of the economic scale or at least in which a significant proportion of populations live in extreme poverty. Richard Hermer QC, Phillippa Kaufmann […]
This week’s podcast focuses on how other countries are reacting to Covid-19 and in particular how regimes governed by populist governments are coping. Richard Hermer QC, Phillippa Kaufmann QC and Murray Hunt are joined by human rights activists Stefania Kapronczay, Michael Sfard and Patricia Ho to discuss the situation in Hungary, Israel and the OPT, […]
Congratulations to Helen Mountfield QC who has been sworn in remotely as a Judge of the Jersey Court of Appeal. Helen will continue to combine her judicial duties with her wide-ranging and successful public law practice.