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Peter MacDonald Eggers QC
Barrister specialising in insurance/reinsurance, commodities, shipping, international investment contracts and international arbitration.
Called 1999, Middle Temple; appointed QC 2011; solicitor, 1988-99; visiting professor UCL. Publications of note: contributing editor ‘Chitty on Contracts’, co-author ‘Good Faith and Insurance Contracts’ (4th edition, forthcoming); author, Deceit: The Lie of the Law (2009); author, The Vitiation of Contractual Consent (2016).
Sydney Grammar School; University of Sydney (1986 LLB); Cambridge (1988 LLM).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1 (Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2
7 King’s Bench Walk is praised by clients for its ‘excellent strength in depth for shipping, insurance and shipbuilding’, with the sets’ silks and juniors engaged in high-profile matters in court and arbitration. Robert Bright QC continues to act at the highest level on matters such as CMA CGM Libra, a Supreme Court case concerning the test for seaworthiness in which he and Richard Sarll represented the International Group of P&I Clubs as interveners. Elsewhere, Stephen Hofmeyr QC was instructed on Argentum Exploration Limited v Silver, a case relating to silver recovered from the wreck of the SS Tilawa. The set is also active on marine insurance cases, including Psara Energy vs Lancashire Insurance, a disputed war risks claim which saw Peter MacDonald Eggers QC leading Marcus Mander and Benjamin Parker, with Hofmeyr QC and Alexander MacDonald on the opposing side. Sushma Ananda also had a strong year, acting in a number of dry shipping disputes.