Rebecca Loveridge > Fountain Court Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Fountain Court Chambers
FOUNTAIN COURT, TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 9DH
England

Position

Rebecca Loveridge specialises in commercial litigation and financial services regulation. Her practice spans a wide variety of disputes, including those related to aviation, banking and financial services, civil fraud and professional negligence. Her cases often have an international dimension and she is regularly instructed to advise on issues involving conflict of laws. She is also frequently instructed to act in regulatory investigations and related proceedings. Her recent cases include high value claims concerning disputed loan agreements, allegations of mis-selling of financial products and a high profile dispute concerning the validity of an Islamic finance agreement. She has also appeared in a number of the leading cases on legal professional privilege. She featured in the “Commercial Litigation – Top Ten under Eight Years’ Call” in the 2018 Legal 500.

Career

Called 2011, Inner Temple.

PUBLICATIONS

Contributor to Thanki (ed) The Law of Privilege (3rd edn); Contributor to Challenging Private Law: Lord Sumption on the Supreme Court; Co-author of chapter on UK Privilege in The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations; Co-author of the chapter on expert witnesses in Simpson (ed) Professional Negligence.

Memberships

COMBAR.

Education

St Peter’s College, Oxford University (BA Law First Class); Trinity College, Oxford University (BCL Distinction).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Financial services regulation

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Rebecca LoveridgeFountain Court ChambersThoughtful and intelligent, she is a pleasure to work with, and approachable for junior team members.

Fountain Court Chambers is ‘quite simply one of the best chambers in London with the bench strength and quality to handle the largest and most complex cases‘. The set has a ‘good range of silks and senior juniors in the financial services field‘, several of which, including Richard Coleman QC and Andrew Mitchell QC offer strong non-contentious advisory support. On the contentious side, members have been involved in proceedings arising out of Barclays Bank’s Qatar capital raising, with Richard Lissack QC and Eleanor Davison among those representing Barclays. Lissack, Tamara Oppenheimer QC, Bankim Thanki QC and Rebecca Loveridge were also on ENRC’s team in Director of the Serious Fraud Office v ENRC.