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Chambers of Alan Boyle QC Offices
6 NEW SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
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Barrister specialising in chancery and commercial disputes, including civil fraud, trusts, insolvency, company and partnership matters. Recent cases include: Berezovsky v Abramovich; Williams v Central Bank of Nigeria (Supreme Court); the Madoff litigation; the Glasgow Rangers litigation; the Halliwells litigation. Called ad hoc to the bars of Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and Gibraltar.
Qualified 1997, Gray’s Inn; silk 2013.
Balliol College, Oxford.
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A favoured destination for many of the city’s leading litigation departments, Serle Court is particularly noted for its strong grounding in offshore and fraud-related matters, which inevitably cross over heavily into the broader commercial litigation sphere. Most recently, Hugh Norbury QC led a team of four members for Keoghs LLP, one of the law firm defendants in Accident Exchange v McLean and others. Other key cases include Yukos Finance BV v Lynch & Others in which Jonathan Adkin QC was involved, and Glenn v Watson, where Elizabeth Jones QC has led a team of six juniors, including Justin Higgo, on behalf of the claimant.