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Fountain Court Chambers

FOUNTAIN COURT, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 9DH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7583 3335
Fax:
Fax 020 7353 0329
DX:
5 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
Email:
Web:
www.fountaincourt.co.uk
London, Singapore
Fountain Court Chambers, Michael Green QC, London, ENGLAND

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Michael Green QC

Tel:
Work 020 7583 3335
Email:
Fountain Court Chambers (Fountain Court Chambers)

Position

Barrister specialising in corporate insolvency and bankruptcy; company; tax; civil fraud; commercial; financial services with substantial international expertise. In recent years he has fought a number of high-profile and complex company, insolvency and/or commercial cases in  the Cayman Islands, Trinidad, BVI, Samoa and Uganda.

Career

Called 1987, Lincoln’s Inn; junior counsel to the Crown (A Panel) 1997-2008; DTI inspector under s177 of the Financial Services Act 1986; Silk 2009; admitted to Cayman, Trinidad, BVI, Samoan and Ugandan Bars for specific cases. Acted as High Court Judge in Commercial Court of BVI in 2019. Appointed as deputy High Court Judge in Chancery Division 2018.

Member

Chancery Bar Association; Combar; Revenue Bar Association; LCLCBA

Education

Jesus College, Cambridge


London Bar

Insolvency

Within: Leading Silks

Michael Green QC - Fountain Court Chambers ‘ Smart, polished and also very accessible and responsive. ’

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Offshore

Within: Leading Silks

Michael Green QC - Fountain Court Chambers ‘ He has experience on the bench in the Caribbean. ’

Within: Offshore

Fountain Court Chambers includes a number of silks involved in challenging and high-stakes cases across offshore jurisdictions. Michael Green QC, who is also called to the Trinidadian Bar, represents Nanfong International Investments in a cross-border defence of a winding-up petition; he has been admitted to the Samoan Bar to handle the case there following success in a jurisdiction battle in the Caymanian Court of Appeal. Elsewhere, Bridget Lucas QC represented the "AwalCos" as defendants in the AHAB v Saad, a case in which more than two million documents were disclosed.

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