Kamran Rehman > Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP

Work Department

Commercial dispute resolution


Kamran is a partner in the commercial dispute resolution team. He advises clients on a wide variety of commercial, financial and property-related disputes as well as on professional negligence actions. Primarily, his work is focused in the banking, finance and real estate sectors, and clients include banks, other financial institutions and real estate funds.

Since 2009, Kamran has successfully acted for a large number of banking and finance sector clients in professional negligence actions, predominantly against valuers and solicitors.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP acts both for and against banks in a range of litigation, and is particularly praised for its work on misselling and misrepresentation claims against banks. The group is jointly led by Clare Arthurs, who is head of commercial dispute resolution, and Alexander Fox, who leads the business and finance disputes team. Fox is ‘an impressive combination of charming and clinical’ and takes the lead on litigation against banks; other key figures in the group include Kamran Rehman, who has ‘good commercial judgement’ and focuses on professional negligence claims in this area, and ‘tenacious and intelligent’ senior associate Charlotte Hill.

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP‘s practice is active in several specialist areas beyond general commercial litigation, including international disputes; group actions involving professional negligence and financial mis-selling; banking and finance litigation; defamation and reputation management; and digital asset disputes and cybercrime. Additional key areas are insolvency, health and safety/product liability claims, HNW-related disputes, and IP/IT matters. Clare Arthurs heads the litigation team, which features international litigation leader Richard Marshall, who is ‘fiercely bright‘; IP & IT disputes head Phillip D’Costa; and cross-border disputes expert Alex Fox. The second line of partners showcases Michael Brown, who acts in financial services-related commercial disputes; David O’Brien, who ‘sees points that others would not‘; and Kamran Rehman, a 2021 recruit from Shakespeare Martineau LLP. Charlotte Hill, Oliver Cooke and Laura Coleclough are experienced senior associates, while former practice head Rustam Dubash retired from the partnership during 2022, but remains a consultant.