Test for fraudulent misrepresentation further clarified in LIBOR case

Businesses seeking to demonstrate that they relied on a misrepresentation made by others – a vital step in raising claims of fraudulent misrepresentation – generally have to be able to evidence their awareness of the representation made in the first place, the High Court in London has confirmed.

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