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Hackers for Hire by Zachary Kell and Alexander Kingston-Splatt

In this article published in TL4 Disputes Magazine issue 9, Zachary Kell and Alexander Kingston-Splatt discuss the recent case of Lonestar Communications Corporation v Kaye [2023] EWHC 421 and look at three particular areas of interest from the judgment, namely (i) the treatment of Liberian law and the approach taken by the Court in determining the claimant’s cause of action; (ii) the problems with quantum faced by the claimant which led to a failure to beat a without prejudice save as to costs (“WPSATC”) offer; and (iii) important guidance on the appropriate rate of interest applicable to US Dollar judgments given in the Commercial Court.

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