How the Potter v Canada Square ruling affects you?

Last week, the Court of Appeal threw out an appeal by a bank to overturn a payment protection insurance (PPI) refund because the claim was lodged more than six years after the loan was repaid in the Potter v Canada Square ruling. This has a dramatic affect for current and potential investors in consumer litigation. Kevin Prior, founding partner of Ignite Invest, and Richard Law, Legal Director at Case to Answer, explain why in this timely, informal interview here.

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