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One Essex Court > The Legal 500 Rankings
One Essex Court has 'strength in depth that is among the very best at the bar'. Clients commend 'a high level of client service' and 'brilliant technical advice', along with a willingness 'to use new technology tools', and 'they understand the need to be accessible and modern in their approach'. Highlight cases include Red Kite Management Limited & Ors v Barclays Bank PLC in which Orlando Gledhill QC and Laurence Rabinowitz QC are facing Alain Choo Choy QC. Six members are involved in FDIC v Barclays, Lloyds, HBOS, RBS, Deutsche Bank & Other banks, with Sonia Tolaney QC, David Wolfson QC, Conall Patton QC and Nehali Shah among those representing the defendants.
Commercial litigation Tier 1
One Essex Court is 'obviously an absolutely stand-out commercial set' with 'a string of leading names – from the most junior to the most senior member, you know you will have your best case presented by members of this set'. The set is praised for 'its reputation in complex, multi-jurisdictional commercial litigation' of all kinds. Notable highlights include Autonomy and others v Michael Lynch, in which Laurence Rabinowitz QC, Conall Patton QC and Emma Jones are representing the claimant. Michael Fealy QC is also representing the Danish Customs and Tax Administration, SKAT, alongside Jamie Goldsmith QC and several juniors, in its massive fraud claim against over 60 defendants.
Energy Tier 1
One Essex Court has 'a strong reputation in the energy field and has a number of impressive performers, especially at the silk level', with one client remarking that 'its best are the best in the industry'. Members handle work arising from a broad range of industries, including water, oil and gas, coal, nuclear, hydropower, wind, solar, bio-fuel and geothermal energy. Led by 'game-changing barrister' Lord Grabiner QC, the set has leading practitioners including Laurence Rabinowitz QC and John McCaughran QC who together advised defendants in British Gas Trading Limited v Shell UK Ltd and Esso Exploration and Production UK Ltd, a £61m claim for alleged breaches of a long-term gas sales agreement. Among its talented juniors is Laurence Emmett who defended Tradition Financial Services against claims it brokered trades in EU carbon credits. Jack Leppington and the clerking team are 'always efficient and friendly and provide a smooth service'.
Fraud: civil Tier 1
One Essex Court is 'excellent, with a good selection of very able QCs and juniors covering fraud, injunctions and general commercial work'. The set stands out for its'first-class silks and excellent juniors at all ends of the experience spectrum'. Lead cases include Omers Administration Corporation v Tesco in which Laurence Rabinowitz QC and Conall Patton QC are advising Tesco while Neil Kitchener QC and Richard Mott are representing Omers. Sonia Tolaney QC has also been representing defendants three to eight in PJSC Commercial Bank PrivatBank v Kolomoisky, Bogolyubov and others, which went to the Court of Appeal. In a boost to chambers, March 2020 saw Jamie Goldsmith QC and Conall Patton QC elevated to silk.
One Essex Court is 'one of the best in international arbitration' and is 'highly regarded in China and Asia'. Clients are 'impressed by both the breadth of their service and the expertise in specialised areas'. The set's arbitrators come from a broad range of backgrounds, including former solicitors such as Andrew Foyle, Christopher Style QC and Alan Redfern, and barristers such as Ian Glick QC and Peter Leaver QC. The set also offers several leading former judges, among which former president of the Supreme Court, Lord David Neuberger, has fast developed an excellent reputation as an arbitrator.
One Essex Court 'has excellent strength in depth' and always 'gives good service and the work is of a high standard'. Clients add that 'you can pick horses for courses and almost always feel like you've backed a winner'. As well as commercial claims, members such as Alex Gunning QC are experienced in natural resources and infrastructure disputes, a recent example being his advice to the respondent in Xstrata Coal v Benxi Iron & Steel. Several members, including David Wolfson QC, Daniel Toledano QC, Neil Kitchener QC and Alain Choo Choy QC were involved in Cruz City 1 Mauritius Holdings v Unitech Ltd & Ors and its enforcement. In recent news, Conall Patton QC took silk in early 2020.
Intellectual property Tier 3
One Essex Court's 'barristers excel in IP expertise and have great strength in depth'. The chambers' members have particular experience in IP disputes involving trade marks, passing off, copyright, designs, patents, comparative advertising, database rights, trade secrets and privacy. In one recent matter of note, Geoffrey Hobbs QC and Guy Hollingworth acted for the defendants in a trade mark infringement claim, which arose from the use of the name 'Merck' by both parties. Philip Roberts QC regularly advises on the IP aspects of IT disputes. He acted for the claimants in a trade mark infringement action, which arose out of the misleading use of the mark 'CARPHONE WAREHOUSE'. An up-and-coming junior of note, Alaina Newnes is described as 'more than able to stand her ground against more senior counsel in court proceedings'.
Mediators Tier 4Ian Terry - One Essex Court A highly regarded dispute resolution partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP for 30 years, Ian Terry joined One Essex Court in 2016. He specialises in the mediation of commercial disputes.
Darren Burrows (senior clerk); Jackie Ginty (deputy senior clerk); Daniele Thripp (clerk); David Amdor (clerk); Rob Smith (clerk); Adam Wheeler (clerk); Jade Cassell (clerk); Kirsty Hough (clerk); Ben O’Hanlon (clerk); Jack Leppington (clerk); Jack Miller (clerk); Ross Magee (clerk); Jessica Barnes (clerk); Jodie Ellerington (clerk); Angela Hodgson (clerk to the arbitrators); Kirsty Goodwill (assistant clerk to the arbitrators)
Adam Wheeler is a great clerk – efficient and approachable. They are honest and realistic regarding availability and expectations.
Adam Wheeler provides excellent support to Derek Spitz and a very easy and dependable working relationship with instructing solicitors.
Best clerks in London. Responsive, straightforward, and open-minded. A thoroughly modern Chambers with a commercially focused approach.
Clerking at OEC is very good – all extremely helpful (and I have mainly dealt with Jackie Ginty, who is very capable).
Clerks are excellent – sensible but don’t over commit their barristers. You can have a proper discussion with them.
Clerks are good and easy to deal with. No issues. Darren Burrows stands out as a key individual.
Clerks are very good. Jackie Ginty is always very professional, efficient, is a good manager, and communicates well. David Amdor is insightful about the barristers and what they are particularly good at. He also and makes you feel that you have the inside track on the up and coming talent.
Clerks do a stellar job of anticipating client needs and ensuring engagements run smoothly and without any issue
Darren Burrows and Ben O’Hanlon consistently find the right counsel. Even when we haven’t worked with someone, Darren and Ben always come up with an option that works very well. We appreciate how the efforts that the clerks are making to provide diverse barrister options.
Excellent – in my view One Essex Court has the best clerking of the Commercial Bar. The clerks are very responsive, helpful, and don’t overbook. Jackie Ginty, Kirsty Hough, and Jade Cassell all stand out.
Excellent clerks room. Very responsive, friendly, and international approach.
Excellent, they always go the extra mile to make someone available and on fees – much more pragmatic than other similarly placed sets.
Excellent. The clerks are a pleasure to deal with. I have had dealings with each of David Amdor, Jade Cassell, Kirsty Hough, Jack Miller, and Ross Magee who are all extremely responsive and take ownership of questions and issues.
Good clerks that communicate well between themselves – a smooth service.
Great clerks! The junior clerks were tremendous as we proceeded through the arbitration, and the overall support was exactly what I needed always.
Great. Very well led by Darren Burrows. Responsive and always transparent as to what can/can’t sensibly be done.
I am constantly impressed by the clerks at One Essex Court, particularly their head clerk, Darren Burrows who is friendly, engaging, and extremely effective at what he does. The clerks more generally are responsive, open, and clear on matters such as fees and availability and I would have no hesitation in recommending them.
Jackie Ginty and Darren Burrows are superb. Enough said! Jessica Barnes is a rising star.
Jackie Ginty is excellent. I’m a big fan of Jessica Barnes
One of the best in the business. Jackie Ginty in particular is superb and guides the chambers brilliantly.
One of the very best clerking rooms in the City with Adam Wheeler, David Amdor and Ben O’Hanlon being particular standout performers. Great client service, hard-working and common-sense in spades.
Probably the best-clerked set.
Rob is very pragmatic and is willing to go the extra mile and understands client demands for accuracy and certainty around fees.
Rob Smith – always available, flexible on timings and fees, values the relationship and makes solicitors’ lives extremely easy. Even for Counsel who may be managed day-to-day by other clerks (such as the IP Counsel), Rob is a person who Chambers should never let go.
Rob Smith was exceedingly helpful in liaising with the Privy Council clerks and clearly has an excellent relationship with them given Laurence Rabinowitz QC’s frequent appearances in the Supreme Court and Privy Council.
The best in the business – Rob and Dave Amdor, in particular, are excellent.
The clerking is excellent and they always meet all deadlines or indicate before they take on the work the timeframe within which they can do it.
The clerking of the IP team is exceptionally good. Jackie Ginty provides first-rate service.
The Clerking team is excellent. They are responsive, approachable, and very commercially savvy, and client-friendly. Jackie Ginty is deserving of particular praise!
The clerks are always happy to help and have a good awareness of what capacity their barristers have and their whereabouts on a daily basis. Ross Magee, David Amdor, and Jack Miller in particular always respond promptly and deal with any queries efficiently.
The clerks are first class. Darren Burrows runs an excellent team.
The clerks are truly excellent. Jackie Ginty that leads the clerks to IP members is extraordinary – truly professional and accomplished.
The clerks are truly excellent. Jackie Ginty, the deputy head clerk, with whom I have had most dealings is highly professional and accomplished. They are the very best clerks that I have dealt with in my 30-year career as a litigator.
The clerks are very good at the logistical as well as relationship management side of their roles. They are responsive and efficient.
The clerks’ room is aware of appropriate language and etiquette with overall excellent telephone manners. They are focused and service orientated. Ben O’Hanlon is extremely approachable and commercial in his outlook.
The clerks’ team is extremely responsive and is very effectively led by Darren Burrows demonstrating a professional approach to their day to day work. I value their input and approach.
The clerks, particularly David Amdor, Ben O’Hanlon, and Ross Magee are responsive and great to speak with.
The One Essex clerks are outstanding. Jackie Ginty is particularly superb; she is wonderful to deal with and always absolutely on top of everything.
The only set that always answers the phone and returns emails swiftly, every time, without fail. Rob Smith is exceptionally responsive and pleasant to deal with.
The service of the clerks is first-rate. Jackie Ginty and Daniele Thripp are sensible, knowledgeable, and always helpful.
They have a clerks team and respond quickly to any inquiry. We recently had to ask for a quote on an urgent basis on weekend but the clerks got back very quickly.
Very good. Quick turnaround and very professional. Rob Smith and Jessica Barnes have been a pleasure to work with.
A fantastic chambers spoilt for talent, senior and junior, and the best for trade mark-related disputes
A first-class set. Excellent strength in depth. Clerking is also high level.
A leading set for heavy commercial litigation.
A set that is full of supremely talented barristers – a go-to chambers for the very toughest cases
A true elite among barristers. Excellent experience with Ian Glick QC, Christopher Style QC, Peter Leaver QC.
A very strong clerks’ room, that understands the pressures upon modern law firms and their clients.
A wealth of talent and experience – and charming for clients to deal with.
Always dependable and high quality.
This set is the go-to set in my view. Sonia Tolaney QC and Sandy Phipps are also excellent to work with.
Chambers as a whole seem to have approachable, human barristers.
Consistently high-quality counsel. Unlike some competitors, their counsel are willing to use new technology tools and they understand the need to be accessible and modern in their approach.
Great set, with a wealth of commercial experience.
I have always found OEC to be an impressive set, with a good depth of field at the various levels. I have found the OEC counsel to have good availability to fully commit to matters once they are instructed, but no doubt in demand generally.
I have worked with One Essex Court for many years. They are an excellent set, the clerks are very responsive, and communication with solicitors is very efficient.
I have worked with several other members of One Essex Court in this and other areas of law. They are a great set, very user friendly, and with great depth.
I have worked with various members of One Essex Court for four years, and have appeared against them whilst at the bar. The set has earned its reputation as a bastion of stellar juniors and prominent silks.
I never use any other set!
I rate the IP team at One Essex Court very highly. All of them are technically excellent, insightful, team players, approachable and so easy to work with. They have recently brought some juniors on board which is really helpful.
In my view the best set in the London market.
It is an excellent chambers – the strength and depth of quality amongst their juniors is remarkable. I have worked with many of them, and none has been short of excellent.
It is an excellent set, with good access to decent juniors who know what they are doing.
It is one of the top sets and it is always a powerful statement to have one of them on your side. They have been very willing to provide training on a whole variety of issues – perhaps one of the more modern sets.
Its strength in depth in banking and finance litigation (for both silks and juniors) is among the very top chambers, if not the very top chambers.
OEC has excellent strength in depth. We have used quite a few QCs and Juniors over the years. They always give good service and the work is of a high standard. You can pick horses for courses and almost always feel like you’ve backed a winner (or at least your choice has been validated).
OEC is my go-to set for many commercial and contractual matters. I am currently working with six different OEC barristers on different cases. The quality is consistently excellent.
OEC is outstanding – one of the top 4 sets we would go to for the really complex stuff. Outstanding at the QC level but also throughout with really energetic juniors who really roll their sleeves up. They are immensely hard-working but also very user friendly.
One Essex Court is obviously a ‘magic circle’ commercial set with quality in strength and depth.
One Essex Court is one of the go-to sets for commercial litigation in England & Wales. We use them a lot for our more valuable and complex work.
One Essex Court has a hugely talented set of barristers and can always be relied on when building a Counsel team for a new matter. We often turn to this set in the first instance as we know that they will deliver. Their barristers have also provided effective and interesting training programmes to our firm over the years.
One Essex Court has a strong reputation in the energy field. It has a number of impressive performers, especially at the silk level.
One Essex Court is a (if not the) premier general commercial set.
They have several QC’s who are excellent, and the clerks rarely put a foot wrong in recommending the right person for the right role.
The juniors are frighteningly talented. Joyce Arnold has a brain the size of a planet, is a delight to work with, and her judgement is very astute. Tamara Kagan is also thought of extremely highly by our whole team.
One Essex Court is an excellent set and I have worked with several of the barristers there. They have first-class silks and excellent juniors (at all ends of the experience spectrum).
One Essex Court is an excellent set that I have used many times over the years before becoming a full-time arbitrator.
One Essex Court is highly-regarded in China and Asia. I’m impressed by both the breadth of their service and the expertise in specialized areas (such as public international law) they offer.
One Essex Court remains my go-to set. They never fail to deliver and are also part of our legal update programme and members regularly provide training to our associates.
One Essex is our go-to set for commercial matters. Their strength and consistency at every level of seniority is extraordinary.
One of the best commercial chambers. In a small premier league group (of about 4).
One of the best sets at the commercial bar. Their juniors, in particular, are incredible for the depth and breadth of their quality, and also for being so easy to work with.
One of the few truly top sets. Certainly none better.
Outstanding. Our absolute go-to set for commercial matters at every level of seniority.
Quality commercial litigation set through and through with a string of leading names. From the most junior to the most senior member, you know you will have your best case presented by members of this set.
Some excellent practitioners, including a number of very good arbitrators. Their best are the best in the industry.
Superb. Quality from the top all the way through. Pre-eminent counsel at the London bar at the top end, very strong at the junior end too. I could happily cover all of my commercial work with this set alone.
They are brilliant. The clerking team is probably the best in London and they always manage to find the right person for the right job.
They are self-evidently one of the very top sets in the country and this barrister fits very well into a set of that sort.
They meet and often exceed the standard I expect from a top London commercial set. I view them as one of the top London commercial sets, at least on a par with the other commercial sets I have used over recent years
This is a down to earth very talented outfit. We have used young counsel along with most senior silks.
Unbelievable strength in depth across the entire set. They exude quality at every level. Coupled with this, the barristers are (in my experience) all easy to deal with and charming, and have none of the old-school formality associated with the Bar of years gone by.
One Essex Court > Set Profile
One Essex Court is a pre-eminent commercial set of barristers’ chambers in London. Members provide specialist legal advice, support and advocacy services worldwide, and the barristers’ expertise covers all areas of arbitration, litigation, regulation and dispute resolution.
The work here embraces all aspects of domestic and international trade, business, commerce and finance. Barristers at One Essex Court are recognised specialist counsel in the many diverse fields of commercial law, also regularly accepting nominations as arbitrators, mediators and experts.
The principal areas of practice are arbitration; banking and financial services; commercial litigation; civil fraud and investigations; company and insolvency; competition and EU law; energy and natural resources; insurance and reinsurance; intellectual property; media, entertainment and broadcasting; professional liability; public law; sports, gaming and licensing; and tax and revenue law.
Chambers is comprised of 116 practitioners, who regularly appear before the domestic courts and tribunals, dealing with short County Court applications to major trials in the High Court and appeals before the Court of Appeal, the Privy Council and the Supreme Court, as well as the European Courts. They also appear in a wide range of foreign jurisdictions, particularly in the Caribbean (including Cayman, BVI, Bermuda and Bahamas) and the Far East, principally Hong Kong and Singapore, and those who act as international arbitrators are regularly appointed to panels with both domestic and overseas arbitral seats. Through the Singapore office at Maxwell Chambers, One Essex Court is able to handle enquiries from clients in real-time and provide local support and assistance to visiting barristers and arbitrators from chambers.
In addition to English law, some of the barristers here are also able to offer advice on the laws of Russia, Ukraine, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.
Barristers at One Essex Court aim to offer practical and innovative advice, whilst balancing all the commercial considerations. They appreciate the value of both prompt action and thoroughness, and are able to provide some of the most experienced, skilled and forceful advocacy available.
Members understand the pressures under which solicitors and their clients operate and appreciate that their own performance reflects on the lawyers who instruct them. Barristers here recognise that they are instructed to be part of a team and members also regularly undertake secondments to clients.
Professional clients instructing barristers at One Essex Court are principally solicitors and in-house legal departments, but members of the public, and commercial and non-commercial organisations are now able to instruct barristers directly on most civil matters. Where lay-clients or in-house legal functions work directly with Chambers, and a need arises, our strong referral network provides access to the most talented disputes solicitors.
Barristers at One Essex Court are drawn from the very best candidates coming to the Commercial Bar each year. Indeed, the ability of the set to continually attract the most talented pupils year-on-year, is a fundamental reason for chambers’ enduring position at the very top of the market. The selection process is naturally focused on intellectual excellence, but prospective pupils and tenants must also exhibit other valuable characteristics which, through a constant process of feedback from clients, we understand are equally valued.
One Essex Court operates a strict ‘no double booking’ policy. The availability of counsel is not ‘hedged’, risking calamitous booking clashes and depriving clients of their chosen counsel. Appropriate preparation time is reserved prior to all hearings and time is set aside at the end of a booking to allow for any overrun. This cornerstone of Chambers approach to the booking of work has long provided clients with unrivalled levels of service, reassurance and certainty.
The Clerks’ Room at One Essex Court is universally regarded as one of the elite operations at the Bar. Divided into teams to provide a dedicated service to distinct groups, clients can be assured of receiving appropriate recommendations, and where counsel for opposing parties are based in Chambers, the structure ensures that confidentiality is respected and maintained through suitable information barriers.
The clerks at One Essex Court have an unrivalled reputation for flexibility, honesty and transparency, particularly in relation to charging. Where estimated charges have been provided, barristers and their clerks will endeavour to keep within those parameters, assuming that no difficulties or unexpected delays are encountered. Both the clerks and the barristers are responsive where a client might be facing financial hardship, and are willing, where appropriate, to consider alternative funding structures.
Barristers at One Essex Court regularly provide presentations and seminars to clients on a wide range of subjects, often supporting in-house training programmes, which can be tailored to meet a particular client need.
|Members of Chambers||GRABINER QC, Lord (1981 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||BURNTON, The Rt. Hon. Sir Stanley|
|Member of Chambers||STRAUSS QC, Nicholas (1984 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||SPIGELMAN AC QC, Hon. James (1986 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||LEAVER QC, Peter (1987 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||NEUBERGER, The Rt. Hon. Lord|
|Members of Chambers||GLICK QC, Ian (1987 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||FIELD, The Hon. Sir Richard|
|Members of Chambers||GLOSTER, The Rt. Hon. Dame Elizabeth|
|Members of Chambers||HOBBS QC, Geoffrey (1991 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||SHARPE QC, Thomas (1994 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||ONIONS QC, Jeffery (1998 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||DAVIES QC, Rhodri (1999 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||AULD QC, Stephen (1999 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||MacLEAN QC, Kenneth (2002 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||RABINOWITZ QC, Laurence (2002 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||GAMMIE QC, Malcolm (2002 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||McCAUGHRAN QC, John (2003 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||GRAHAM QC, Charles (2003 QC)|
|Member of Chambers||KHAMBATA SC, Darius (2005 SC)|
|Members of Chambers||STYLE QC, Christopher (2006 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||GILLIS QC, Richard (2006 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||LENON QC, Andrew (2006 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||ORR QC, Craig (2006 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||de GARR ROBINSON QC, Anthony (2006 QC)|
|Member of Chambers||GHOSH QC, Julian (2006 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||SULLIVAN QC, Michael (2008 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||KITCHENER QC, Neil (2008 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||CHOO CHOY QC, Alain (2009 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||WOLFSON QC, David (2009 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||TOLEDANO QC, Daniel (2009 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||CAVENDER QC, David (2010 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||TOLANEY QC, Sonia (2011 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||BOULTON QC, Richard (2011 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||HIMSWORTH QC, Emma (2012 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||GUNNING QC, Alexander (2012 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||HOSSAIN QC, Sa'ad (2013 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||BINGHAM QC, Camilla (2013 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||STRONG QC, Ben (2014 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||FEALY QC, Michael (2014 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||NOURSE QC, Edmund (2015 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||BROWN QC, Hannah (2017 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||GLEDHILL QC, Orlando (2017 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||COLTON QC, Simon (2017 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||ROBERTS QC, Philip (2018 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||ELLIOTT QC, Steven (2018 QC)|
|Member of Chambers||BREMNER QC, Jonathan (2018 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||BOASE QC, Anna (2019 QC)|
|Member of Chambers||GOLDSMITH QC, Jamie (2020 QC)|
|Member of Chambers||PATTON QC, Conall (2020 QC)|
|Members of Chambers||REDFERN, Alan (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||FOYLE, Andrew (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||MALONE, Michael (1975)|
|Members of Chambers||TERRY, Ian (1980)|
|Members of Chambers||REFFIN, Clare (1981)|
|Members of Chambers||COOK, Matthew (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||HOLLINGWORTH, Guy (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||SPITZ, Derek (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||NADIN, James (2002)|
|Members of Chambers||HUBBARD, Daniel (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||MENASHY, Michelle (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||EMMETT, Laurence (2004)|
|Members of Chambers||FORBES SMITH, Henry (2004)|
|Members of Chambers||POLLEY, Alexander (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||ISAAC, Sebastian (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||DRACOS, Marcos (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||MacDONALD, James (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||CAMPBELL, Eleanor (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||CLARK, Michael (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||MOTT, Richard (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||CAPLAN, David (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||OAKESHOTT, Rachel (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||LEMER, Saul (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||SLOBODA, Nicholas (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||O'LEARY, Sam (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||BOMPAS, Abra (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||D'ARCY, Michael (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||SHAH, Nehali (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||DRAPER, Owain (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||PHIPPS, Sandy (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||BROWN, Alexander (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||BAIOU, Mehdi (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||PAINE, Douglas (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||WATKINS, Michael (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||PETKOVIC, James (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||JONES, Emma (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||BUTLER, Oliver (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||RUSHWORTH, Adam (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||COHEN, Gideon (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||WEBER, Sophie (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||KAGAN, Tamara (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||LODDER, Andrew (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||BURNS, Patricia (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||NEWNES, Alaina (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||SCHLOTE, Maximilian (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||GILSON, Simon (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||HOSKINS, Henry (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||PEEL, Edwin (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||LOMAS, Andrew (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||WOOD, Stephanie (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||SCHONFELD, Oscar (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||ARNOLD, Joyce (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||RUDDELL, James (2015)|
|Members of Chambers||FOX, James (2015)|
|Members of Chambers||VENKATESAN, Niranjan (2015)|
|Members of Chambers||GOLDFARB, Tim (2015)|
|Members of Chambers||CROW, Joshua (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||ZELENKA MARTIN, Ben (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||STANSBURY, Alyssa (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||KRISHNAPRASAD, KV (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||FLETCHER, Daniel (2017)|
|Member of Chambers||SRIRANGAM, Veena (2017)|
|Member of Chambers||LEWY, Ben (2018)|
|Member of Chambers||FOWLER, Jade (2019)|
|Member of Chambers||KOTRLY, Michael (2019)|
|Member of Chambers||HOYLE, Matthew (2019)|
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|Richard Gillis||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation involving company or insolvency law issues, professional…||View Profile|
|Simon Gilson||Barrister practising in commercial law.||View Profile|
|Orlando Gledhill||A broad range of commercial litigation, arbitration and advice. Recently acted for…||View Profile|
|Ian Glick||Barrister and arbitrator specialising in all forms of commercial dispute, including disputes…||View Profile|
|The Rt Hon Dame Elizabeth Gloster||International commercial arbitrator, 2018 – date; acting as presiding and co-arbitrator in…||View Profile|
|Jamie Goldsmith||His practice covers the full range of domestic and international commercial litigation…||View Profile|
|Anthony Grabiner||A commercial lawyer with a substantial court and advisory practice dealing with…||View Profile|
|Charles Graham||Recommended for his experience in commercial litigation and international commercial arbitration, particularly…||View Profile|
|Emma Himsworth||Emma Himsworth specialises in all areas of intellectual property law and related…||View Profile|
|Geoffrey Hobbs||Barrister specialising in intellectual property law and related aspects of competition law…||View Profile|
|Guy Hollingworth||Guy Hollingworth specialises in intellectual property law with particular experience in matters concerning…||View Profile|
|Henry Hoskins||Henry Hoskins’ practice covers a wide spectrum of commercial dispute resolution, including…||View Profile|
|Sa’ad Hossain QC||Barrister practising in all areas of commercial dispute resolution (litigation and arbitration)…||View Profile|
|Daniel Hubbard||A general commercial specialist with extensive experience of complex and high value…||View Profile|
|Sebastian Isaac||Sebastian is experienced and expert in complex and high value commercial disputes,…||View Profile|
|Emma Jones||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation.||View Profile|
|Tamara Kagan||Barrister practising across a broad range of commercial litigation.||View Profile|
|Neil Kitchener||Commercial barrister instructed in many of the heaviest and most complex cases…||View Profile|
|KV Krishnaprasad||Krishna’s practice covers all areas of commercial dispute resolution. Among other matters,…||View Profile|
|Peter Leaver||Highly experienced international commercial arbitrator. Peter Leaver has acted as sole arbitrator,…||View Profile|
|Saul Lemer||Saul Lemer undertakes a broad range of commercial disputes including both litigation…||View Profile|
|Andrew Lenon||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration. Andrew also acts as an…||View Profile|
|Dr Andrew Lodder||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation, including contractual disputes, unjust enrichment and restitution,…||View Profile|
|Dr Andrew Lomas||Andrew has a broad commercial practice that spans investor-state disputes, commercial arbitrations, complex multi-jurisdictional…||View Profile|
|Mr James MacDonald||James is a leading commercial junior practising in all aspects of commercial…||View Profile|
|Kenneth Maclean||Barrister specialising in commercial, company and banking litigation including a wide variety…||View Profile|
|Michael Malone||Barrister specialising in commercial work.||View Profile|
|John McCaughran||John McCaughran’s practice covers a broad spectrum of commercial litigation and arbitration,…||View Profile|
|Michelle Menashy||Specialising in international arbitration and jurisdiction disputes, having acted in a number…||View Profile|
|Richard Mott||Richard has a broad commercial litigation and arbitration practice, including civil fraud,…||View Profile|
|James Nadin||James has a broad commercial practice, with particular experience in disputes concerning…||View Profile|
|Lord David Neuberger||Called to the Bar and practised largely in property law, taking silk…||View Profile|
|Alaina Newnes||Alaina specialises in intellectual property law and commercial law, encompassing both contentious and non-contentious…||View Profile|
|Edmund Nourse||Barrister specialising in commercial dispute resolution, including: arbitration, civil fraud, commercial law,…||View Profile|
|Sam O’Leary||Sam O’Leary has a broad commercial practice encompassing litigation, arbitration and advice.…||View Profile|
|Rachel Oakeshott||Rachel’s practice covers a broad range of commercial work in litigation and…||View Profile|
|Jeffery Onions||Barrister specialising in substantial contractual disputes, oil and gas, arbitration, share and…||View Profile|
|Craig Orr||Craig Orr has a broad commercial litigation and advisory practice, with particular…||View Profile|
|Douglas Paine||Barrister practising in commercial law.||View Profile|
|Conall Patton||Conall Patton acts as an advocate and adviser in a broad range…||View Profile|
|Prof Edwin Peel||Ed Peel is a tenant at One Essex Street and also Professor…||View Profile|
|James Petkovic||Barrister specialising in commercial law. Previous work has included a range of…||View Profile|
|Sandy Phipps||Barrister with general commercial practice. Publications of note: ‘Resurrecting the Doctrine of…||View Profile|
|Alexander Polley||Alex Polley has extensive experience of complex and high value multi-party, multi-jurisdictional…||View Profile|
|Laurence Rabinowitz||Queen’s Counsel barrister specialising in commercial litigation, arbitration, banking and finance, company…||View Profile|
|Clare Reffin||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration. Extensive advocacy experience, both alone…||View Profile|
|Philip Roberts||Phil’s practice encompasses all aspects of the law of intellectual property and…||View Profile|
|Adam Rushworth||View Profile|
|Maximilian Schlote||Max undertakes a broad range of commercial work. His practice covers litigation…||View Profile|
|Oscar Schonfeld||Barrister specialising in Arbitration Banking and Financial Services Civil fraud Commercial Litigation…||View Profile|
|Nehali Shah||Barrister practising across a broad range of commercial litigation.||View Profile|
|Thomas Sharpe||Barrister specialising in UK and EC competition law, general aspects of European…||View Profile|
|Nicholas Sloboda||Nick’s practice is divided equally between international commercial arbitration and disputes heard…||View Profile|
|Derek Spitz||Derek Spitz has a broad commercial litigation, competition and international arbitration practice,…||View Profile|
|Ms Veena Srirangam||Veena has a broad practice covering all areas of Chambers’ work. She…||View Profile|
|Alyssa Stansbury||Alyssa has a broad practice covering all areas of commercial dispute resolution.…||View Profile|
|Nicholas Strauss||Barrister specialising in commercial and chancery litigation and professional negligence; keen on…||View Profile|
|Ben Strong||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration, with particular emphasis on banking…||View Profile|
|Christopher Style||Queen’s Counsel and international commercial arbitrator. Has 40 years experience of international…||View Profile|
|Michael J Sullivan||Practice includes commercial litigation and international commercial arbitration (including ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL…||View Profile|
|Ian Terry||Ian is a CEDR accredited mediator specialising in mediating all forms of…||View Profile|
|Sonia Tolaney||Specialises in commercial litigation and arbitration, in particular domestic and international banking…||View Profile|
|Daniel Toledano||Commercial dispute resolution with a wide range of experience in the English…||View Profile|
|Michael Watkins||All areas of commercial law.||View Profile|
|Sophie Weber||Barrister practising across a broad range of commercial litigation and arbitration.||View Profile|
|David Wolfson||Practice encompasses all areas of commercial law, specialising in banking, finance and…||View Profile|
|Ben Zelenka Martin||Barrister||View Profile|
|Mr Michael d'Arcy||Michael practices across a wide range of commercial law, with a particular…||View Profile|
|Anthony de Garr Robinson||Practice encompasses large and complex commercial cases of every kind, including banking,…||View Profile|
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