Justice for sale: how London’s legal system courted the global super-elite

The UK’s push to promote London as the go-to centre for resolving commercial disputes means that grudges of foreign oligarchs, dictators and their hangers-on are now routinely fought in British courts, with Michael Redman of Burford Capital noting that the courts have potentially exposed themselves to reputational damage when the UK system becomes a tool in a wider battle of foreign litigants. More from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

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