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Maitland Chambers > The Legal 500 Rankings
Charities Tier 2
Maitland Chambers has 'real strength and depth in the sector and is highly user-friendly.' As a result, it is one of the leading sets for work involving charities with members regularly appearing in the Chancery Division and the appellate courts including all the way up to the Supreme Court on issues affecting charities. Recent highlights include Christopher H McCall QC acting on behalf of the Charity Commission in a five-day High Court hearing about whether various NHS Foundation Trusts had charitable status (Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Derby City Council). 'Standout' Matthew Smith and 'thorough, logical' Andrew Westwood are the juniors of note at the set.
Commercial litigation Tier 2Maitland Chambers is a 'fabulous set' with 'a raft of excellent Counsel at all levels, but particularly mid to senior juniors'. Clients have appreciated how the chambers is 'good at keeping in touch with their instructing solicitors and they run a very good seminar (now webinar) programme' and overall 'the set has been fantastic, even during Covid'. Key cases include United Company Rusal PLC v Crispian Investments Limited and Whiteleave Holdings Limited in which a team of five members, including Christopher Pymont QC, David Mumford QC and Watson Pringle are representing United Company Rusal. Pymont is also leading Benjamin John in Tugushev v Orlov.
Fraud: civil Tier 2
Maitland Chambers is 'one of the strongest commercial/Chancery sets, with substantial strength in depth'. For civil fraud work, the 'silks are leaders in their field and the juniors are also brilliant'. David Mumford QC has made a strong name for himself in this area and is part of a team, including Thomas Munby, that is representing the State of Qatar in State of Qatar v Banque Havilland. Other key cases include Convoy Collateral v Broad Idea, in which Richard Morgan QC is representing the BVI respondent, while Thomas Grant QC and Munby are representing the claimants in Adlesee ve Dentons LLP. In recent news, Siward Atkins took silk in March 2020.
Insolvency Tier 3
Insolvency and restructuring are key areas for members of Maitland Chambers, who handle both litigation and advisory work. Catherine Newman QC is often instructed on insolvency matters with offshore elements, recently representing the liquidator of a Japanese company and its trustee in bankruptcy in Sigma v Seto, a case seeking to identify and recover assets in jurisdictions including the Cayman Islands and Jersey. Catherine Joanne Addy QC is another insolvency powerhouse in the set, and is currently advising the administrators in Re Lehman Bros International (Europe), (in administration): Lomas & Ors v HMRC, in relation to an application concerning distributions to be made to creditors. Olivier Kalfon is a senior junior with an insolvency practice heavily weighted towards international work involving the Cayman Islands and BVI.
Offshore Tier 3
Maitland Chambers' members work with top offshore firms, providing both advocacy in the Caribbean and advising on complex Channel Islands cases. Richard Morgan QC represents the conflict director of the Infrastructure Growth Capital Fund in the Caymanian litigation concerning the collapse of Abraaj Group. Among the set's juniors, Thomas Fletcher was involved for Investec in the Tchenguiz litigation with issues concerning insolvent Guernsey trusts, and Andrew Westwood in the Eurochem v Rogalskiy Privy Council appealing concerning alleged bribes.
Members of Maitland Chambers are frequently involved in leading trust and estate cases particularly those with tax, company and civil fraud elements. Various members of the set are also qualified and regularly appear in the courts of a number of offshore jurisdictions. Christopher H McCall QC has been busy advising on numerous cases involving the reorganisation of substantial family trusts and on trust disputes. A 'highly effective advocate', Oliver Phillips climbs this year's rankings.
Property litigation Tier 3
Clients of Maitland Chambers note its ‘very good reputation’ and praise it as ‘among the stronger property sets’. The set excels on a number of fronts including commercial property, development of land and insolvency-related disputes, possession hearings, as well as landlord and tenant litigation. A standout instruction from the recent workload saw John McGhee QC appear in Generator Development v Lidl, a Court of Appeal matter in which it was argued that, owing to a joint venture, a property company should own an equitable interest in land acquired for development by the well-known supermarket. In another highlight, Richard Fowler was engaged for Holyoake v Candy and others, a high-value Chancery Division claim in which the claimants sought damages for fraud and intimidation as a result of a failed luxury property development in London.
Maitland Chambers offers a selection of 'extremely hardworking and excellent barristers' who are 'very easy to work with and pragmatic'. Well known for its expertise in areas such as Chancery and fraud, several members are also highly active on the banking front. Notable case highlights include Red Kite Management Limited v Barclays Bank plc in which Catherine Newman QC and Alec McCluskey represented the hedge fund, Red Kite. Members are also experienced in banking disputes with a property or offshore element.
Mediators Tier 4
Beverley Vara - Maitland Chambers Beverley Vara at Maitland Chambers has developed a robust mediation practice since leaving Allen & Overy LLP, where she was a litigation partner, in 2013. Vara mediates all types of commercial disputes, with a particular focus on property; she also accepts mediation appointments in relation to banking and finance, commercial contracts, professional negligence, and construction and engineering.
A capable set of experts in company and partnership matters, Maitland Chambers' barristers continue to handle high-profile shareholder and offshore company disputes, in litigation and at arbitration. A key specialty, partnership instructions include disputes for professional firms and high-value family partnerships. A seasoned advocate, Catherine Newman QC represented the principal individual respondent in Destiny Investments Limited and Others v TH Holdings and Others, a £500m minority shareholders' petition. In Re Sprintroom; Potamianos v Prescott, Rebecca Page appeared unled before the Court of Appeal, representing an appellant in a case involving unfair prejudice claims.
All clerks I deal with are very approachable and deal with matters swiftly and efficiently, particularly Robert Penson, Danny Wilkinson and Jason Windle who are all extremely helpful.
Brilliant clerks. Rob Penson is my favourite clerk in all of London.
Rob Penson – great guy. Good at sourcing counsel based on expertise and if we have to attend “x” hearing in “y timeframe” with a range of costs. The clerks have been exceptionally helpful and willing to accommodate.
Excellent clerks room. John Wiggs runs a tight ship. Jason Windle and Danny Wilkinson are always available and get results when needed.
Excellent service, in particular from John Wiggs and Danny Wilkinson. Excellent traditional clerking.
I generally liaise with Danny Wilkinson and have found him to be very helpful and quick to respond.
I have always found the clerks there are helpful and friendly.
Rob Penson and Danny Wilkinson are particularly helpful, as is Sam Dempsey.
Sam Dempsey is proactive and highly engaged, prompting solicitors for input where needed.
Set is great including the clerks who have been ever so efficient and polite. Fab crew.
The clerking is excellent and consistent which is important and no doubt in large part due to John Wiggs.
The clerks are helpful and friendly and prepared to go that bit further to deal with any issues. Oliver Thorpe and Rob Penson are particularly responsive and commercial.
The clerks have always been very helpful, on occasions making sure calls are returned at short notice when there has been urgent matters to deal with.
The clerks have been exceptionally helpful and willing to accommodate. I dealt with Robert Penson who was always on hand and pulled everything together.
The clerks have been well organised and easy to contact and deal with.
The clerks room service is excellent. Danny Wilkinson in particular is very approachable, commercial and easy to deal with. But the whole clerking team are excellent – no request too small or great!
The clerks with whom I have dealt have been professional and competent.
The deputy senior clerk, Rob Penson, is excellent at relationship building, getting added value like training provided and generally ensuring the smooth running of instructions and briefs.
Very sensible and helpful clerking. Commercial on pricing work and hyper-responsive.
Chambers has significant strength in depth ranging from Amanda Hadkiss and Maxim Cardew at the junior end, through Alec McCluskey to Tom Grant QC. I have not had any issues of availability, and members of chambers, and clerks, visit Cardiff (where I am based) to deliver training sessions and build the relationship.
Extremely hardworking and excellent barristers. Generally very easy to work with and pragmatic.
I have attended charity focused training at Maitland Chambers, which was interesting and practical. The set’s charity expertise is impressive – we have also previously engaged Christopher McCall QC who assisted us with interpreting a grant agreement in the context of an arbitration.
Maitland are one of my favourite sets. Excellent barristers of unrivalled quality. They are user friendly and happy to work as part of a team with the solicitors (as opposed to promoting an artificial separation and distance between counsel and solicitors).
Maitland are one of my go to chambers and the quality of work I receive is always excellent. Great strength in depth and quality throughout.
Maitland Chambers has an excellent array of silks and juniors. Chris Pymont QC as the head of chambers is a delight to work with and Tom Fletcher as a junior is incredibly knowledgeable.
Maitland Chambers is one of the strongest commercial/chancery sets with substantial strength in depth. Their silks are leaders in their field, and the juniors are also brilliant.
Maitland has an incredibly impressive team of commercial litigation barristers at all levels of experience, with one of the best-run clerking teams at the Bar.
Maitland have a raft of excellent Counsel at all levels but particularly mid to senior juniors. Chambers is good at keeping in touch with their instructing solicitors and they run a very good seminar (now webinar) programme with content that is very often presented in a far more interesting and accessible way than many other chambers/barristers.
My go to set. I have been using Maitland since 2004. Great Counsel, fantastic set of clerks, solid client service, good training programmes and recent great adaption to zoom training during covid.
My preferred set as they are of sufficient size to have barristers with expertise to cover most issues.
One of the few genuinely committed to the not for profit sector, with class and experience at all levels.
One of the foremost Commercial and Chancery sets in the country with an unrivalled reputation
The set has been fantastic even during Covid – the set has been able to produce some fabulous interesting webinars to keep us all updated. Well done to them.
They are a good chambers to deal with – they are a quality set with a good reputation, assisted in charity law terms by its association with Christopher McCall QC, who maintains his reputation as a highly respected elder statesman of the charity law bar.
We have instructed a number of barristers from Maitland over the years, ranging from new juniors to QCs. I have always found the set to be responsive, incisive, commercial and able to get to grips with matters quickly.
Maitland Chambers > Set Profile
Maitland Chambers is widely recognised as one of the leading sets at the English Bar practising primarily in the fields of business and property litigation. Its multi-disciplinary expertise across a broad range of both chancery and commercial disciplines has proved crucial to clients where cases span a number of areas, and provides an advantage in terms of the service offered when traditional specialisms overlap. Maitland Chambers is one of the largest commercial chancery sets, with over 60 members, including 24 silks.
The set: Maitland Chambers handles a very wide range of cases from major litigation involving multinational companies to property disputes in the county courts. Much of its work is done in London, although it frequently advises and appears for clients in other parts of the UK and overseas. Many of its barristers are full members of overseas Bars, including Hong Kong, Singapore, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Cyprus, the Channel Islands and the US. Its barristers sit as arbitrators (in arbitrations involving both domestic and international subject-matter) and are instructed as mediators and legal assessors. The size and breadth of chambers expertise means that it can provide teams of barristers to deal rapidly and thoroughly with complex cases that raise a broad range of issues. Its barristers and staff are committed to providing exceptional service and its barristers are committed to giving advice and representation at a level that is recognised in the directories and by clients, year after year, for its exceptional quality, comprehensiveness and practicality.
Types of work undertaken:
Banking and Financial Services: supply/purchase of investment services and products; regulatory and enforcement issues; the operation of unauthorised collective investment schemes; compliance with anti-money laundering regulations.
Charities: across the NGO sector, registration of innovative charitable objects, resolving issues as to tax liabilities and fundraising, and helping charities seeking schemes to enhance or modernise their workings.
Commercial Disputes: private equity, funds and investment management; real estate; oil and gas; telecommunications, media and technology; transport and logistics; sale of goods transactions; large-scale, multi-party litigation having as its subject-matter for example investment schemes, business sales and joint ventures.
Company, Partnership & LLPs: directors’ duties; shareholder disputes; takeovers, M&As; corporate reconstructions; loan capital and banking securities; schemes of arrangement and reductions of capital; insurance schemes; partnership accounts disputes and restrictive covenants; the formation, terms, operation and dissolution of partnerships; fiduciary and other partnership duties; liability to third parties; the winding-up of partnerships; unfair prejudice; insolvent partnerships and insolvent/bankrupt partners.
Civil Fraud and Asset Recovery: freezing and search order relief, through to trial and the tracing and recovery of assets in the UK and internationally. Civil claims based on dishonesty; asset recovery.
Insolvency and Restructuring: corporate and personal insolvency, including international and cross-border insolvency.
Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment: licensing and contractual disputes and issues arising out of co-productions and joint ventures and grants of media and broadcasting rights; intellectual property rights.
International and Offshore: corporate and contentious trusts and taxation advice; international commercial litigation and arbitration, in local overseas jurisdictions and in the Privy Council.
Professional Negligence: claims against accountants and auditors, other financial professionals and intermediaries; architecture and building design, art valuation, estate agency, commercial agency, IT consultancy, corporate and personal taxation, and pension fund valuation.
Real Estate: residential and commercial landlord and tenant; land purchase, development and adverse rights and remedies; land registration; lending transactions and security; professional negligence; mines, minerals, natural resources; energy, telecommunications and utilities; rural land use; joint venture and fiduciary disputes.
Private Client: foreign trustees and trusteeship; variation of trusts; duties and potential liabilities of trustees of potentially insolvent estates; advice, drafting and representation in relation to wills, probate and estates matters.
|Senior Clerk||John Wiggs|
|Chambers Director||Richard Khaldi|
|Head of Chambers||PYMONT QC, Christopher (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||McCALL QC, Christopher (1966)|
|Members of Chambers||NEWMAN QC, Catherine (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||CUNNINGHAM QC, Mark (1980)|
|Members of Chambers||McGHEE QC, John (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||COLLINGS QC, Matthew (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||JOHNSON QC, Edwin (1987)|
|Members of Chambers||PARKER QC, Christopher R (1984)|
|Members of Chambers||CHAMBERS QC, Dominic (1987)|
|Members of Chambers||PEACOCK QC, Nicholas (1989)|
|Members of Chambers||MORGAN QC, Richard (1988)|
|Members of Chambers||WALKER QC, Andrew (1991)|
|Members of Chambers||GIBBON QC, Michael (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||TWIGGER QC, Andrew (1994)|
|Members of Chambers||CULLEN QC, Edmund (1990)|
|Members of Chambers||STUBBS QC, Rebecca (1994)|
|Members of Chambers||DUTTON QC, Timothy (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||GRANT QC, Thomas (1993)|
|Members of Chambers||ALDRIDGE QC, James (1994)|
|Members of Chambers||MUMFORD QC, David (2000)|
|Members of Chambers||ADDY QC, Catherine (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||BANNER QC, Gregory (1988)|
|Members of Chambers||HAYMAN QC, George (1998)|
|Members of Chambers||ATKINS QC, Siward (1995)|
|Members of Chambers||EVANS, Timothy (1979)|
|Members of Chambers||HARRY, Timothy (1983)|
|Members of Chambers||HARRISON, Philomena (1985)|
|Members of Chambers||PRYOR, Michael (1992)|
|Members of Chambers||WESTWOOD, Andrew (1994)|
|Members of Chambers||HANHAM, James (1996)|
|Members of Chambers||CLARKE, Paul (1997)|
|Members of Chambers||CALLAND, Tim (1999)|
|Members of Chambers||SMITH, Matthew (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||SMITH, Adam (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||PAGE, Rebecca (2001)|
|Members of Chambers||JOHN, Benjamin (2002)|
|Members of Chambers||FOWLER, Richard (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||KALFON, Olivier (2003)|
|Members of Chambers||MCCLUSKEY, Alec (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||DEWAR, Fiona (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||PRINGLE, Watson (2005)|
|Members of Chambers||MUNBY. Thomas (2006)|
|Members of Chambers||ALLCOCK, Jonathan (2007)|
|Members of Chambers||FOSKETT, Rosanna (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||SCHER, Laurie (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||WRIGHT, Caley (2008)|
|Members of Chambers||PHILLIPS, Oliver (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||BALLANCE, James (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||FLETCHER, Thomas (2009)|
|Members of Chambers||JHITTAY, Narinder (2010)|
|Members of Chambers||ILETT, Hannah (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||PERSELLI, Francesca (2011)|
|Members of Chambers||MCCOMBE, Duncan (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||CARDEW, Maxim (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||PAGE, Rowena (2012)|
|Members of Chambers||KINMAN, James (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||MCNICHOLAS, Gabriella (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||GRANGER, Edward (2013)|
|Members of Chambers||MEULI, Edward (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||HADKISS, Amanda (2014)|
|Members of Chambers||LOVEDAY, Ted (2016)|
|Members of Chambers||TURNER, Ryan (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||GAILEY, Emily (2017)|
|Members of Chambers||MITCHELL, James (2018)|
|Members of Chambers||KING, Charles (2019)|
|Members of Chambers||BUNTING, Joseph (2019)|
|Members of Chambers||ARMITAGE, Edward (2019)|
|Members of Chambers||LIVESEY, Edlyn (2020)|
|Members of Chambers||FORSYTH, Rory (2020)|
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