UBS and the French judges, much more than a tax case

Ten minutes in the room formerly assigned to the 17th chamber of the Paris Criminal Court, specializing in defamation and press freedom cases. It only took ten minutes, Monday, September 27, for the Paris Court of Appeal to postpone its judgment on the case of “illicit bank directing” and “aggravated money laundering of tax fraud” to December 13, involving UBS, UBS France and six former executives of the two banking establishments. Observers will note that an email would have been sufficient to warn the parties, and warn them of this postponement, due to the state of health of one of the three magistrates of the court.

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