Christopher Bisping from the University of Warwick’s School of Law, shares his views on the enforcement action being taken against the airline Ryanair for refusing to compensate passengers for strike disruption.
Following the news that Mozambique has agreed a deal to restructure its $726 million debt, Dr Stephen Connelly and Dr Celine Tan from Warwick School of Law, who have been working on African debt relief and human rights with a number of partners, have given media comment.
Dr. Andreas Kokkinis, Assistant Professor in Warwick Law School, explores the implications of a no-deal Brexit for the UK financial services industry.
10 years after the Lehman Brothers' collapse, a single trader has caused the Nasdaq Commodities exhange to lose more than €100 million from its systemic risk funds after his bets on the Nordic and German energy market backfired. Dr Stephen Connelly from Warwick Law School comments on whether post-Lehman safeguards are working.
Dr Andreas Kokkinis, expert in financial regulation from the School of Law, comments on the implications of the collapse of Lehman Brothers ten years ago.