David Fisher > New Square Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

New Square Chambers
New Square Chambers
12 NEW SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
LONDON
WC2A 3SW
England

Position

David Fisher is a commercial litigator whose practice embraces fraud, partnership and shareholder disputes, and commercial litigation, including collateral insolvency issues. He is admitted in the BVI and Anguilla where he is currently involved in several complex cases in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, both High Court and Court of Appeal, with one now on its way to the Privy Council. He has extensive experience in cross-border litigation, including in the US, Japan and Korea (where he appeared for the claimant in a KCAB arbitration). Recent cases include several substantial shareholder disputes, a very substantial fraud claim for SIT A Ltd, an engineering arbitration for a Canadian engineering group where David advised on the re-structuring of the group’s UK business so as to protect the growing business from the potential fallout from the claim and acting, with US lawyers, for a Guatamalan company in an aviation insurance arbitration concerning the total loss of a helicopter.

Career

Called 1985, Lincoln’s Inn.

Memberships

Chancery Bar Association; London Commercial and Common Law Bar Association.

Education

Wolfson College, Cambridge (1984 BA Law).