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Keystone Law, Iain Roxborough, London, ENGLAND

Iain Roxborough

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Keystone Law

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Commercial litigation


Iain is a highly experienced litigator with over 30 years’ experience at a magic circle firm and is qualified as both a solicitor and barrister. He handles a variety of corporate and commercialdisputes, often with a focus on shareholder and director issues that occur in the course of corporate transactions and joint ventures.

Working predominantly with clients across the investment, real estate and technology sectors, Iain is highly experienced in pursuing and defending parties.

Areas of expertise:

  • Commercial litigation and arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Minority shareholder, joint venture and family business disputes
  • Fraud and recovery
  • Contractual and company disputes
  • Regulatory and professional disciplinary matters
  • Project failures and professional negligence claims


2017 Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor
1986 - 2017 Clifford Chance LLP | Solicitor, then Partner
1983 - 1986 Holman Fenwick and Willan Clerk
1982 - 1983 Commercial and Chancery Chambers | Pupil Barrister
1994 Qualified as a solicitor-advocate
1985 Qualified as a solicitor
1981 Qualified as a barrister

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