Tag: banking law
Still holding up a decade later? An insight into the effectiveness of the Etridge Protocol
Lancaster University final year LLB student Oliwia Maliszewska assesses its pros and cons, and proposes reform to mitigate the additional risks of coercion during the Covid-19 pandemic
How appropriate is the good faith standard in banking law?
Warwick Uni grad Chidera Ofili argues for a rethink of the good faith standard, especially where companies are 'too big to fail', drawing on developments in the 15 years since the global financial crisis