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Chambers of Mark Cannon QC

Living Wage
LINCOLN'S INN, LONDON, WC2A 3RJ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7822 2000
Fax:
Fax 020 7822 2001
DX:
1041 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
Email:
Web:
www.4newsquare.com

Graham Chapman QC

Tel:
Work 020 7822 2000
Email:
4 New Square (Chambers of Mark Cannon QC)

Position

Specialises in the fields of commercial, offshore and professional liability, covering the full range of claims against professionals; other areas include insurance, banking and financial services, IT.

Career

Qualified 1998; Silk 2014; Inner Temple; awarded a major scholarship by Inner Temple; tenant at 4 New Square, Lincoln’s Inn.

Member

Combar; PNBA; TECBAR.

Education

Westcliff High School for Boys; Oriel College, Oxford (1997 BA Hons Jurisprudence 1st), Martin Wronker Prize for best finals paper in Jurisprudence; Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford.

Leisure

Golf, motor sport, cricket, the arts.


London Bar

Commercial litigation

Within: Leading Silks

Graham Chapman QC - 4 New Square ‘ A first-class silk – incredibly user friendly and very down to earth, he has a wonderful brain. ’

Within: Commercial litigation

A 'great set' with 'several heavyweights and rising stars', 4 New Square is an increasingly popular destination for the City's top litigation firms and practices, thanks to its impressive range of experienced silks and hungry juniors. Recently, Justin Fenwick QC and Graham Chapman QC represented Oleg Deripaska and Lolita Danilina respectively in their dispute with Vladimir Chernukhin and others in a major trial before the Commercial Court. Lucy Colter was Fenwick's junior on the case.

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Fraud: civil

Within: Leading Silks

Graham Chapman QC - 4 New Square ‘ Incredibly user friendly and very down to earth, approachable and has a wonderful brain. ’

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Offshore

Within: Leading Silks

Graham Chapman QC - 4 New Square ‘ Very smart, incisive and effective. ’

Within: Offshore

An 'approachable and friendly set' that is 'more accessible than quite a few of the Chancery sets', 4 New Square handles a mixture of work in the offshore space, with a stronger focus than others on professional regulatory proceedings and negligence claims against auditors and other professionals, on top of the typical company and insolvency matters. Justin Fenwick QC continues to represent the liquidators of Stanford Bank in Antiguan proceedings against two international law firms following the collapse of the notorious Ponzi scheme. Graham Chapman QC represented a defendant fund manager in a case in the Isle of Man, and represents a law firm in professional negligence case in the Cayman Islands.

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Professional negligence

Within: Leading Silks

Graham Chapman QC - 4 New Square ‘ He is ferociously clever. ’

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