Matthew Amey of TheJudge recently wrote an article for Practical Law on the High Court’s judgment in Saxon Woods Investment Ltd v Francesco Costa and others [2023] EWHC 850 (Ch). He considers the questions the court will examine when deciding whether an after the event policy or an anti-avoidance endorsement can act as security in cases involving allegations of dishonesty or fraud.

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