On 10th May, Walker Morris published an article saying that, in 2016 the UK Supreme Court established the tort of malicious prosecution in civil proceedings. In the first such claim to be tried, Willers v Joyce, the High Court has now provided essential legal and practical guidance on this new legal cause of action. The tort offers a brand-new cause of action for a defendant who has suffered as a result of the malicious prosecution of civil proceedings against it, for which there was no reasonable and probable cause.
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EU Regulation 2019/758/EU lays down the minimum standards with regard to regulatory technical standards for the minimum action and the type of additional measures credit and financial institutions must take to mitigate money laundering and terrorist financing risk in certain third countries, where financial institutions operate a branch or subsidiary in third countries – where a third country’s law does not permit the implementation of group-wide policies and procedures.
The Majorca Daily Bulletin reported on 13th May that a Bulgarian with 22 kg of Viagra in a suitcase was arrested at Son Sant Joan Airport, and a 43-year-old was caught with over 4,500 Kamagra and Cialis pills. Viagra and Cialis are available from pharmacies with a prescription, and there is a black market with the price for a pack of four is between €20 and €25.