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Craig Orr QC
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Craig Orr has a broad commercial litigation and advisory practice, with particular emphasis upon banking and finance matters, insurance disputes, civil fraud litigation, professional negligence, international commercial arbitrations and large and complex contractual disputes of a commercial nature more generally. His recent work includes acting for an AIM-listed company in seeking to recover misappropriated mining assets in Mozambique; acting for a leading bookmaker in a dispute over its online gambling business; acting for liquidators in a major hedge-fund fraud action; acting for one of several defendants in a breach of confidence, defamation and conspiracy claim for $800m; and acting and advising in several complex derivative disputes arising out of the collapse of Lehman Brothers and Icelandic banks. His leading cases include Dar v AI Arkan v AI-Refai (2012/2013); Fortress Value Recovery Fund v Blue Skye Special Opportunities Fund (2013); Pathfinder Minerals v General Veloso (2012); William Hill pic v Playtech (2011); HLB Kidsons v Lloyd’s Underwriters (2009); JP Morgan v Primacom (2005); Barings v Coopers & Lybrand (2003); British & Commonwealth v Quadrex (1995) and Caparo v Dickman (1990).
Called 1986; Middle Temple; QC 2006.
Rugby School; University of Cambridge (1984 BA Hons Law); University of Oxford (1985 BCL, Vinerian Scholar).
Banking and finance (including consumer credit)
Within: Banking and finance (including consumer credit) – Leading silks
Craig Orr QC - One Essex Court ‘A persuasive advocate, who is exceptionally hardworking and good with clients.’
Within: Commercial litigation – Leading silks
Craig Orr QC - One Essex Court ‘On the money at every turn and very accurate in his advice; he has no weaknesses.’
Insurance and reinsurance
Within: Insurance and reinsurance – Leading silks
Craig Orr QC - One Essex Court ‘Commercially astute and diligent.’
Within: Professional negligence – Leading silks
Craig Orr QC - One Essex Court ‘Very impressive.’