Contempt Of Court: All bark and no bite?

Andrew Keltie, Henry Garfield and Andrew Matheson review recent case law on contempt Allegations of contempt often require the applicant to prove to the criminal standard of proof that an individual has lied or deliberately misled the court. The Court of Appeal recently had some damning words for Kazakh businessman Mukhtar Ablyazov in his unsuccessful …
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