Jyske Bank Appeal in Marrache case allowed by Court of Appeal


The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in an appeal relating to the civil case brought against Jyske Bank (Gibraltar) Limited by the representatives of certain clients of the collapsed law firm Marrache & Co.

The Bank was ultimately successful in its appeal and the Court of Appeal set aside the order made against the Bank by Mr Justice Jack at first instance and ordered a re-trial of the matter.

The appeal is significant in that it is one of the few examples where an appellate court has interfered with findings of fact made by a trial judge.

To read further analysis of the judgement handed down today, drafted by Christian Rocca & James Montado of ISOLAS LLP’s Commercial and Civil Litigation Team, please click below

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