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7 King's Bench Walk > The Legal 500 Rankings
Insurance and reinsurance Tier 1
With 'real strength in depth', 7 King's Bench Walk is 'by far and away the leading insurance and reinsurance set, with particularly strong QCs covering the full range of insurance, as well as counsel of all levels, who are highly efficient and able to deliver high-quality service within tight deadlines'. In recent wor of note, James Brocklebank QC acted for Azzouz Group in a claim to recover losses, which arose from the occupation of manufacturing facilities in Syria by insurgent forces. Josephine Higgs, led by Peter MacDonald Eggers QC, acted for an insured sugar trading company in an approximately $20m Commercial Court claim, which related to sugar losses from a warehouse in Ghana.
Commercial litigation Tier 2
7 King's Bench Walk is 'very strong at both leader and junior level' and 'counsel are frequently involved in the biggest commercial cases'. The 'high-quality chambers' stands out for the 'quality of its barristers and the co-operative and commonsense attitude of the clerks'. Numerous members, including Jonathan Gaisman QC, Alistair Schaff QC, and Benjamin Parker, were involved in the $1.2bn Single Buoy Moorings Inc v Zurich Insurance plc and others, the largest maritime claim to hit the commercial courts. Gaisman was also involved in the Brillante Virtuoso case – Suez Fortune Investments & another v. Talbot Underwriting & others – alongside Richard Waller QC and Keir Howie.
Commodities Tier 2
7 King's Bench Walk is 'a market leader in this area and has great strength in depth', according to one client. 'It has experts in commodities plus expertise in insurance and shipping, which strengthens its involvement in commodities disputes', says another. Members are skilled in all aspects of the trade of goods, including cargo damage and theft, bill of lading fraud, and breach of obligations under contracts of international sale and purchase. Robert Bright QC has a stellar reputation in the commodities arena and he recently led outstanding junior Sandra Healy in Septo v Tintrad, an $11m dispute concerning the supply of contaminated and off-spec fuel oil. Peter MacDonald Eggers QC, Jessica Sutherland, and the 'unfailing responsive' Clara Benn are among the set's highly respected practitioners. 'The clerks are, without exception, outstanding and absolutely committed to providing a first-class service'.
7 King's Bench Walk 'has considerable strength in depth in the areas of insurance and arbitration law', and clients 'would feel confident in using any junior or senior from this set'. Insurance, reinsurance and shipping-related claims tend to dominate, though members have expertise in related areas, such as energy and infrastructure. Michael Holmes and Dominic Kendrick QC were recently on opposing sides in an LCIA oil and gas-related business interruption claim. Alistair Schaff QC, leading two other members, are also facing Gavin Kealey QC in an extremely high-profile product liability dispute in the pharmaceuticals sector.
Professional negligence Tier 2
7 King's Bench Walk stands out for its 'huge strength in depth at junior and silk levels' and 'deep experience of professional negligence work'. The 'excellent' set has particular expertise in accountants' and auditors' negligence claims, but also handles claims against solicitors, barristers, insurance brokers and financial consultants, among other professionals. Rebecca Sabben-Clare QC and Harry Wright will appear in the Supreme Court in Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton, which relates to the scope of auditors' duties, and, along with Alexander MacDonald, are also representing various parties in ABN AMRO Bank v Various underwriters, Edge Brokers and others, a high-profile insurance and broker negligence claim.
Shipping Tier 2‘A very good set with barristers of a very high standard’, 7 King's Bench Walk is noted for its work on high-profile shipping matters. A particular highlight of the last year for the set was the 52-day Commercial Court case Brillante Virtuoso (Suez Fortune Investments Ltd & Piraeus Bank AE v Talbot Underwriting Ltd & others), featuring Peter MacDonald Eggers QC, Tim Jenns and Richard Sarll against Jonathan Gaisman QC and Richard Waller QC. In other work, litigation related to the Atlantik Confidence involved Robert Bright QC and David Bailey QC, while Siobán Healy QC and Marcus Mander acted in the long-running OW Bunker litigation. Andrew Pearson is a rising star in the set.
Energy Tier 3
7 King's Bench Walk has 'unrivalled depth in the insurance space, not to mention commercial and marine work' and one client remarks that is is 'a go-to set due to the consistent quality of its members and the work they do'. The set is strong in shipping, insurance and commodities, which naturally leads to high-value energy cases, among which are matters concerning pipelines, oil production, renewable energy and LNG. David Allen QC recently handled a complex case concerning payment for drilling under a North Sea oil Farmout Agreement, and the relationship between that contract and a joint venture operations agreement. For one client, senior clerk Bernie Hyatt and his team are 'the best in the business, always extremely helpful and a pleasure to deal with'.
Fraud: civil Tier 3
7 King's Bench Walk 'has real depth in civil fraud' and the 'barristers are very commercially minded and great team players'. Clients note that the 'juniors, in particular, stand out' on fraud matters, with several making a strong name for themselves in the market. Insurance-related fraud disputes often feature on the agenda, a notable example being the Brillante Virtuoso case, Suez Fortune and Piraeus Bank v Talbot Underwriting and Others, in which Richard Waller QC and Keir Howie are both involved. At the junior end, Michael Ryan and Michael Holmes are on opposing sides of a significant banking fraud dispute. A 'fearless advocate, creative tactician and strategist', Andrew Pearson is a rising star in chambers.
A very friendly and approachable clerks’ room, frequently praised by solicitors. All the senior clerks are very strong. Particular stars are Greg Leyden and Joe Clayton.
Bernie Hyatt of 7KBW is a fabulous clerk – very responsive.
Clerks are knowledgeable and helpful.
Eddie Johns and Gary Rose are helpful, responsive and a pleasure to deal with.
Eddie Jones and Gary Rose. Eddie is very proactive and fast. Clerk service is 1st class.
Excellent support offered by the clerks.
Ed Johns is responsive, experienced and adds real value to Chambers.
Gary Rose is a delight to work with.
Exceptional service by the clerks and receptionists, particularly Gary Rose, who is just a pleasure to deal with and very efficient.
Gary Rose is always a pleasure to deal with. Friendly, responsive and also commercial when discussing fee arrangements.
Greg Leyden leads the team well and has made progress in increasing the set’s fraud offering.
Greg Leyden stands out for his commercial approach and quality of recommendation
I have always had good service from the clerks. Bernie Hyatt is very good and always prepared to negotiate
Pro-active and helpful, really user friendly
Really good bunch – very likeable and sensible. Gary Rose is excellent.
The best in the business. Gary Rose in particular is always extremely helpful and a pleasure to deal with.
The clerking at 7kbw is excellent. They have a great commercial sense and offer a real service to their solicitors. unlike most sets, the clerks here add real value.
The clerks are always responsive and provide comprehensive answers when it is necessary.
The clerks are always very friendly and approachable. I have over the years an excellent relationship with Gary Rose and Bernie Hyatt who I have dealt with most.
The clerks are always very responsive and easy to deal with. Berni and Gary in particular.
The clerks are really good and practical and future thinking in regards to brief fees.
The clerks are very friendly, helpful and approachable. I have worked closely with Gary Rose and Bernie Hyatt over the years and have very positive comments on them.
The clerks are very helpful, approachable and responsive at any time of the day. They understand what the clients need, they accommodate requests, and they offer solutions. When I need help, Gary Rose is the first person I would call. He is exceptional.
The clerks are, without exception, outstanding.
The clerks’ room is great. I would be reluctant to single anyone out because I think they work together as a team.
The service is exceptional. It is a genuine partnership in trying to match up appropriate work with appropriate individuals, and at rates which work for everyone. Individually, Greg Leyden and Gary Rose are both excellent – skilled clerks, who carry out their jobs with professionalism and good humour.
The service is really first-class – down to earth and efficient. They are a joy to deal with and are determined to help.
The set appears to have robust administrative support. We always get timely responses from Joe Clayton.
They are always on the mark – Gary Rose and Joe Clayton in particular.
They are always very helpful when we have inquiries and are very thorough in their responses. In particular, Greg Leydon is always extremely helpful.
They are excellent, especially Bernie. Quick to respond, clear proposals around charging.
They provide a great service and understand client needs and driver to ensure client satisfaction.
Well-known shipping set but I have only worked with this individual
7 KBW is excellent. My go-to set. Intellectual rigour and fantastic service.
7 KBW are first rate and a go-to set for insurance and jurisdictional issues for me. Strength at all levels. They are good at keeping me up to date.
7 KBW has considerable strength in depth in the areas of insurance and arbitration law. All the barristers perform to the same high standards and are excellent members of any litigation team. They are happy to provide in-house talks which are always very well-received.
7 KBW is by far and away the leading insurance and reinsurance set with real strength in depth.
7 KBW would be my go to set for trade and shipping disputes. A very wide and impressive pool of talent. Their clerks are also very easy to deal with and responsive.
7 King’s Bench Walk provide accredited training programmes and seminars which focus on any recent developments in the law, providing continuing education. There is always good availability of counsels even at short notice enabling us to provide prompt assistance to clients whenever requested.
7KBW are a set I have known and worked with for many years. They are at the top of their field with very experienced and knowledgeable counsel across the board. I would feel confident using any one of their counsel, both senior and junior.
7KBW are generally a very good set with barristers of a very high standard.
7KBW are my turn to set for Shipping work.
7KBW are very strong in shipping litigation and my firm, Norton Rose Fulbright, would not hesitate to instruct the barristers there. They also offer webinars that we find useful.
7KBW are, in my view, the leading insurance set, with particularly strong QCs covering the full range of insurance.
7KBW has a number of barristers with experience and specialist skills in the area of civil fraud. More than is perhaps generally appreciated.
7KBW has excellent barristers overall – but I am not able to add detailed commentary.
7KBW is a first-class set, made up of a group of the most outstanding legal minds in England.
7KBW is a leading set of insurance barristers who are always on our shortlist of Chambers to approach. I also find their regular bulletins very well-written and informative.
7KBW is a very strong set. Very strong analytically and with a number of very impressive market leaders.
7KBW is an excellent set and most the barristers I have worked with are all of an excellent standard.
7KBW is one of my preferred sets, from the quality of their barristers to the co-operative and common-sense attitude of the clerks.
7KBW is our first go-to set for shipping and insurance. Counsel of all levels are highly efficient and able to deliver high-quality service within tight deadlines.
7KBW is, in my experience, an excellent chambers to deal with – all the counsel I have dealt with have been very impressive.
7KBW represents one of our closest relationships at the Bar, particular in the insurance and shipping contexts. They are commercial in their approach, user-friendly, and clearly aware of the need to recognise the increasing costs and other demands placed on us by our clients.
7KBW specialise in shipping and have several leading practitioners.
A great set of chambers, with acknowledged experts reinsurance, insurance and commercial disputes.
All of the Counsel that I work within the Chambers always make themselves available when needed, and make you feel like a priority.
Chambers is the pre-eminent set for audit negligence cases: it has been involved in every major audit negligence claim over the last 20 years.
Great set for commercial work, especially insurance. Always a premium service.
High-quality Chambers with top-end Counsel
His chambers are one of the five or six leading commercial sets, with a range of first-class practitioners at every level.
I have been working with a number of their members, primarily on commercial cases. We have been instructing Michael Ryan on a big fraud case, and he has been superb. Andrew Pearson is also good for fraud cases.
I have instructed a lot of barristers from 7KBW and am almost always impressed by their strength in depth.
I have worked with 7KBW for many years now. They are at the top of their field and I would feel confident in using any junior or senior from this set.
Interesting set of barristers – certainly those we have used have been excellent – Michael Ryan, in particular, has stood out dealing with complex issues of law and fact on a complex civil fraud case in an extremely impressive way, both in terms of analysis and turn around times.
My ‘go to’ set for insurance and marine work. Excellent strength in depth and availability of consistently very high quality counsel.
Premier Insurance set. Huge strength in depth at junior and Silk levels. Very good articles and reports on legal developments.
The set has very strong expertise in the energy field, including in relation to international trade aspects of energy work and insurance-related disputes. A number of members also have substantial experience in other aspects of energy work, such as contract disputes, pricing disputes, etc.
Very experienced shipping barristers (even juniors), there is always counsel available to assist.
Very strong at both leader and junior level, with many members having substantial experience of banking and finance work. Counsel are frequently involved in the biggest commercial cases.
Very strong in international trade, shipping and insurance.
7 King's Bench Walk > Set Profile
7 King’s Bench Walk (7KBW) has a pre-eminent reputation for excellence and intellectual rigour in all areas of commercial law. Chambers is at the cutting edge of developments in commercial law. 7KBW is known as one of the friendliest commercial chambers. As advocates, members of 7KBW accept instructions to appear in any court, tribunal or board of enquiry in England and Wales. 7KBW specialises in cases before the Commercial Court and in commercial arbitrations in London. With their commercial expertise, members also appear in other jurisdictions, including Hong Kong, Singapore, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands and Gibraltar, and before inter-national arbitration tribunals in numerous jurisdictions. Members undertake advisory work and the creation of written submissions and legal documents for litigation and non-contentious matters. Members regularly sit as arbitrators and/or mediators and also as court-appointed examiners for the purpose of conducting deposition hearings. Several members have written or contributed to leading legal textbooks, articles in the press and journals, and contributed to academic research.
7KBW’s practice areas are exclusively commercial. Members have a respected expertise in the full breadth of commercial law: 7KBW has maintained an enviable reputation and experience in all aspects of insurance and reinsurance; shipping and transport; professional negligence; international trade and commodities; energy, oil and gas; international arbitration; injunctions and arrests; shipbuilding; banking and financial services; product liability; futures and derivatives; aviation; media and communications; construction; conflicts of law; state immunity; international investment and a growing reputation in civil fraud. Recent high profile cases include Financial Conduct Authority v MS Amlin & Ors, Enka Insaat v Chubb, Financial Reporting Council v Autonomy, MV Atlantik Confidence, Simetra Global Assets Ltd v Ikon Finance, Brillante Virtuoso, Libyan Investment Authority v JP Morgan, Equitas Insurance Ltd v Municipal Mutual, OW Bunkers, Ocean Victory, Republic of Djibouti v Boreh, Yukos Finance v Lynch, Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton, Cattles v PwC, Sebry v Companies House, Rathbone Bros v Novae Corp and Excalibur Ventures v Texas Keystone. A large proportion of 7KBW’s practice is of an international flavour and members regularly work with overseas clients and foreign lawyers. In appropriate circumstances members are delighted to accept instructions directly from overseas clients and foreign lawyers.
7KBW attracts pupils of only the highest quality, and pursues a policy of only taking tenants of such quality either from those starting their careers in law or from those in mid-career who have elected to change from another part of the profession. The emphasis on quality has meant a steady but selective growth in the overall number of tenants over the past years.
Chambers and Partners has named 7KBW “Chambers of the year” for Insurance (2019,2017,2016,2014,2013,2011,2010,2009,2008,2007 & 2006) and Shipping (2017 & 2016). Legal 500 has named 7KBW “Chambers of the year” for Shipping (2018 & 2017) and Commercial Litigation (2017).
For further information about 7 King’s Bench Walk and the range of work carried out by its members, please visit the chambers’ website at www.7kbw.co.uk.
|Barrister||KEALEY QC, Gavin (1977)|
|Barrister||SALOMAN QC, Timothy (1975)|
|Barrister||GAISMAN QC, Jonathan (1979)|
|Barrister||KENDRICK QC, Dominic (1981)|
|Barrister||SCHAFF QC, Alistair (1983)|
|Barrister||HOFMEYR QC, Stephen (1982)|
|Barrister||FENTON QC, Adam (1984)|
|Barrister||KENNY QC, Stephen (1987)|
|Barrister||SOUTHERN QC, Richard (1987)|
|Barrister||BRIGHT QC, Robert (1987)|
|Barrister||BAILEY QC, David (1989)|
|Barrister||EDWARDS QC, David (1989)|
|Barrister||DIAS QC, Julia (1982)|
|Barrister||ALLEN QC, David (1990)|
|Barrister||PHILLIPS QC, SJ (1993)|
|Barrister||HEALY QC, Siobán (1993)|
|Barrister||DRAKE QC, James (1998)|
|Barrister||MacDONALD EGGERS QC, Peter (1999)|
|Barrister||WALES QC, Andrew (1992)|
|Barrister||SABBEN-CLARE QC, Rebecca (1993)|
|Barrister||WALLER QC, Richard (1994)|
|Barrister||KHURSHID QC, Jawdat (1994)|
|Barrister||BROCKLEBANK QC, James (1999)|
|Barrister||PRIDAY, Charles (1982)|
|Barrister||GEARY, Gavin (1989)|
|Barrister||KENEFICK, Timothy (1996)|
|Barrister||BIGNALL, John (1996)|
|Barrister||HOLROYD, Charles (1997)|
|Barrister||KERR, Simon (1997)|
|Barrister||HOLMES, Michael (1999)|
|Barrister||PARKER, Benjamin (2000)|
|Barrister||GOTTS, Anna (2001)|
|Barrister||MacDONALD, Alexander (2001)|
|Barrister||HIGGS, Josephine (2000)|
|Barrister||SUTHERLAND, Jessica (2003)|
|Barrister||MANDER, Marcus (2005)|
|Barrister||CASEY, Noel (2005)|
|Barrister||SARLL, Richard (2005)|
|Barrister||HILLIARD, Emma (2006)|
|Barrister||COWEY, Sarah (2006)|
|Barrister||ANANDA, Sushma (2007)|
|Barrister||MARTIN, Sarah (2008)|
|Barrister||HEALY, Sandra (2007)|
|Barrister||TURNER, Adam (2008)|
|Barrister||LINDESAY, Elizabeth (2009)|
|Barrister||JENNS, Tim (2009)|
|Barrister||GALE, Jocelin (2009)|
|Barrister||HOWIE, Keir (2010)|
|Barrister||RYAN, Michael (2011)|
|Barrister||WRIGHT, Harry (2012)|
|Barrister||DU, Stephen (2012)|
|Barrister||ROBINSON, Jason (2012)|
|Barrister||BENN, Clara (2012)|
|Barrister||PEARSON, Andrew (2013)|
|Barrister||GOUDKAMP, James (2014)|
|Barrister||ASPIN, Philip (2014)|
|Barrister||ALLIOTT, Frederick (2015)|
|Barrister||MORLEY, Ralph (2016)|
|Barrister||MOORE, Henry (2016)|
|Barrister||CORTEVILLE, Daniel (2016)|
|Barrister||ASHWELL, Henry (2017)|
|Barrister||GRANT, Douglas (2018)|
|Barrister||JACOBS, Rebecca (2018)|
|Barrister||PAYNE, Charlotte (2019)|
|Barrister||GIBBON, Julia (2019)|
|Full Time Arbitrator||MANCE, Lord Jonathan|
|Full Time Arbitrator||TOMLINSON, Sir Stephen|
|Full Time Arbitrator||COOKE, Sir Jeremy|
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|Clara Benn||Clara specialises in all aspects of commercial law, with a particular emphasis…||View Profile|
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|James Brocklebank QC||James has a broad practice encompassing all areas of commercial litigation, including…||View Profile|
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|Julia Dias QC||Barrister, Deputy High Court Judge, commercial arbitrator and accredited mediator (CIArb). Specialisms…||View Profile|
|James Drake QC||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and international commercial arbitration; arbitrator.||View Profile|
|Stephen Du||Commercial litigation, insurance and reinsurance and shipping.||View Profile|
|David Edwards QC||Barrister specialising in commercial law predominantly insurance and reinsurance, shipping, banking and…||View Profile|
|Adam Fenton QC||Barrister specialising in marine and non-marine insurance (including Lloyd’s matters), reinsurance, banking,…||View Profile|
|Jonathan Gaisman QC||Barrister and arbitrator specialising in all fields of commercial law, particularly insurance,…||View Profile|
|Jocelin Gale||Barrister specialising in all aspects of commercial litigation and arbitration, with particular…||View Profile|
|Gavin Geary||Barrister specialising in international trade, shipping, carriage of goods, arbitration, and insurance…||View Profile|
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|Anna Gotts||Barrister specialising in all areas of commercial law including carriage of goods,…||View Profile|
|James Goudkamp||James practises in all areas of commercial law although he has a…||View Profile|
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|Sandra Healy||Sandra has a broad commercial practice with particular focus on shipping, international…||View Profile|
|Siobán Healy QC||Barrister and Arbitrator specialising in general commercial law disputes, including insurance; reinsurance;…||View Profile|
|Josephine Higgs||Jo’s practice encompasses all areas of commercial law with a particular emphasis…||View Profile|
|Emma Hilliard||Barrister specialising in all areas of commercial law, including insurance and reinsurance,…||View Profile|
|Stephen Hofmeyr QC||Barrister specialising in insurance, reinsurance, banking, international trade, shipping, professional malpractice; cases:…||View Profile|
|Michael Holmes||Barrister specialising in insurance/reinsurance, shipping disputes, commercial fraud and general commercial litigation,…||View Profile|
|Charles Holroyd||Barristers specialising in commercial law; shipping, insurance/reinsurance, international carriage of goods by…||View Profile|
|Keir Howie||Barrister specialising in all aspects of commercial litigation and arbitration, with an…||View Profile|
|Rebecca Jacobs||Rebecca is developing a practice across all areas of commercial law, with…||View Profile|
|Tim Jenns||Tim has a broad commercial practice with a particular focus on insurance…||View Profile|
|Gavin Kealey QC||Barrister and arbitrator specialising in all aspects of commercial law, in particular…||View Profile|
|Dominic Kendrick QC||Barrister specialising in commercial law, particularly insurance shipping (including shipbuilding), commodities and…||View Profile|
|Timothy Kenefick||Tim specialises in all aspects of commercial law, with particular emphasis on…||View Profile|
|Stephen Kenny QC||Barrister specialising in shipping, insurance and reinsurance. Shipping work includes bill of…||View Profile|
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|Jawdat Khurshid QC||As part of a broad commercial litigation and arbitration practice, Jawdat Khurshid…||View Profile|
|Elizabeth Lindesay||Barrister practising across a wide range of areas of commercial law, with…||View Profile|
|Alexander MacDonald||Barrister specialising in all areas of commercial law, including insurance and reinsurance,…||View Profile|
|Peter MacDonald Eggers QC||Barrister specialising in insurance/reinsurance, commodities, shipping, international investment contracts and international arbitration.||View Profile|
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|Benjamin Parker||Barrister specialising in all aspects of commercial law, particularly insurance and reinsurance,…||View Profile|
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|Jason Robinson||Barrister specialising in all aspects of commercial litigation and arbitration. Recent work…||View Profile|
|Michael Ryan||Michael Ryan is a commercial barrister whose practice encompasses cross-border disputes, contentious…||View Profile|
|Rebecca Sabben-Clare QC||Commercial law, including professional negligence, shipping, insurance and international arbitration. Current cases…||View Profile|
|Timothy Saloman QC||Barrister specialising in general commercial law, including shipping, sale of goods, insurance…||View Profile|
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|Richard Southern QC||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration, including shipping, international trade, energy,…||View Profile|
|Jessica Sutherland||Barrister specialising in all areas of commercial law including insurance, reinsurance, carriage…||View Profile|
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|Adam Turner||Barrister practising commercial law and corporate litigation. He has particular expertise in…||View Profile|
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|Richard Waller QC||Barrister specialising in general commercial law, including insurance and reinsurance, shipping, civil…||View Profile|
|Harry Wright||Insurance and reinsurance: as pupil to Rebecca Sabben-Clare QC, assisted with preparation…||View Profile|
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- London Bar Energy
- London Bar Fraud: civil
- London Bar Product liability
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