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XXIV Old Buildings
24 OLD BUILDINGS, LINCOLN'S INN
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Francis Tregear QC
London Bar > Professional negligenceWithin: Leading Silks -
XXIV Old Buildings handles a range of complex professional negligence cases involving lawyers, accountants, auditors, surveyors, valuers and trustees. The set is ‘experienced‘ and has ‘excellent individuals‘ for such disputes. Jackson & Money v Gershinson & Others was a key case for Francis Tregear QC, while Helen Galley appeared in Southwark Living v Cramer Pelmont, a claim against solicitors which alleged failure to protect the client’s position.
London Bar > Private client: trusts and probateWithin: Leading Silks -
London Bar > InsolvencyWithin: Leading Silks -
London Bar > Fraud: civilWithin: Leading Silks -
London Bar > Company and partnershipWithin: Partnership - Leading silks - Within: Company - Leading Silks -
XXIV Old Buildings is ‘one of the standout sets for offshore company law work‘, which sits beside a strong Chancery practice, but members are also well-versed in partnership disputes, acting in cases domestically and abroad. Alan Steinfeld QC acted in Clean Power Properties Ltd v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd, where he is advising Network Rail on the terms and effects of an agreement with the claimant for the acquisition of sites intended to be used as power stations. On the partnership front, he is advising on a large LLP dispute for Boston Consulting. Also on the partnership front, Francis Tregear QC advised Cayman Islands-based Alcontrol LP on the structure and distribution of its equity interests. Meanwhile, Michael Black QC acted for the claimant in Akhmodova v Akhmodov, enforcement proceedings in a $600m divorce settlement across multiple jurisdictions that involved piercing the corporate veil over disputed assets.