Angharad Start > Chambers of Ewan McQuater KC and Adrian Beltrami KC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
3 Verulam Buildings Offices
3 Verulam Buildings
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Barrister specialising in company law, corporate and personal insolvency, professional indemnity work, banking law, mortgages and other securities, restraint of trade and breach of confidence (including claims), landlord and tenant, agricultural, partnership, general Chancery and commercial litigation, private client work.
Called 1988; previously working for merchant bank and in the Far East; various articles for ‘New Law Journal’, the ‘Insolvency Bulletin’ and ‘Insolvency Intelligence’.
COMBAR; Chancery Bar Association; Insolvency Lawyers Association; Professional Negligence Bar Association; International Law Association.
St Paul’s Girls School; University of Durham (BA).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 1
Members of 3 Verulam Buildings act in a variety of art related matters, handling a range of work for auction houses, dealers and sellers. In Thwaytes v Sotheby’s, Andrew Onslow KC represented Sotheby’s auction house after it was alleged to have negligently catalogued an original art piece as a copy of Caravaggio’s Cardsharps. In FAP v Inigo Philbrick Limited & Others, Yash Bheeroo is representing German art finance firm FAP, in a claim alleging a company linked to the eponymous American convicted of wire fraud in May 2022, stole and sold valuable artworks belonging to the claimant, while fraudulently misrepresenting their status. Furthermore, Cleon Catsambis represented Belford Investment, while Angharad Start acted on behalf of Sotheby’s in Jeddi v Sotheby’s; Pishvaie; and Belford Investment Limited, a matter focused on the disputed ownership and provenance of a Fatimid rock crystal jar valued at approximately £12m.