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4 Pump Court > The Legal 500 Rankings
‘The leading set for technology and telecoms disputes’, the barristers at 4 Pump Court advise regulators, users, providers, and insurers involved in high-value technology disputes. Alex Charlton QC acted for the claimant in the high-profile IT dispute case CIS General Insurance Ltd v IBM, a £132m claim which arose out of a failed implementation of new enterprise-wide systems. He was opposed by Nigel Tozzi QC, Iain Munro, and Matthew Lavy, who is also acting for the company Oak Smart in Facebook v Oak Smart and others, in which the defendants are accused of scraping Facebook data and selling it to advertisers. In addition, in J6 Ltd v Prosper Procurement Ltd, Michael Douglas QC acted as sole counsel for the defendant in a dispute between a social landlord consortium and an IT provider about the quality of a procured software system.
‘4 Pump Court barristers, silks and juniors, continue to lead the London Bar in relation to technology, telecoms and software disputes.’
‘Overall 4 Pump Court remain the go-to chambers for IT/outsourcing disputes (for example the recent Co-op and IBM case was mostly staffed with 4 Pump Court barristers on both sides).’
‘I consider 4 Pump Court to be the leading set for technology and telecoms disputes. They have expertise at all levels.’
‘4 Pump Court is my go-to set for IT/Tech disputes.’
‘We use 4PC for IT/Media work – in terms of the defence of IT professionals they are our first port of call. We are looking to use them beyond this in the defence of more traditional professionals.’
‘Very well managed by Stewart Gibbs. They take a commercial approach and (in my experience) seek to form strong relationships with solicitors.’
'Very strong set' 4 Pump Court is 'excellent in professional negligence and construction disputes', with 'very good strength in depth in these areas'. The team of 'high quality barristers' are equally adept at handling claims against telecoms professionals, as well as accountants, solicitors, surveyors, auditors and financial advisers. The set is particularly active in cases involving the construction sector, including matters concerning the use of unsafe building materials. Separately, Nigel Tozzi QC and Kate Livesey are acting for E20 Development in a claim against an international law firm, concerning the drafting of a commercial agreement for the future use of the Olympic Stadium in Stratford. In March 2021 Claire Packman QC was elevated to silk.
‘4 Pump Court’s barristers are very responsive, hugely knowledgeable and experienced and collaborative‘.
‘Excellent strength in depth‘.
‘A formidable range of junior and senior counsel‘.
‘Excellent chambers with a well deserved leading reputation in dealing with construction disputes‘.
‘4 Pump Court stands out for its excellent clerking, always ensuring that matters are dealt with by someone with the right experience and level of seniority in a cost effective manner‘.
‘A strong clerking team which goes the extra mile‘.
London Bar > Construction Tier 2
The construction barristers at 4 Pump Court offer 'serious quality both at the silk level and senior junior level.' Top-flight silk Fiona Sinclair QC led on Bresco v Lonsdale in front of the Supreme Court, which could affect adjudication's effects on insolvency in the future. International arbitration has continued as well, with Benjamin Pilling QC leading on a number of matters in the Middle East. On cladding, numerous barristers including Sean Brannigan QC and Jeremy Nicholson QC have been involved in Premier Inn Hotels Ltd v. McAleer & Rushe Ltd & Others, concerning the removing of flammable ACM cladding from the Premier Inn near Gatwick Airport's North Terminal, one of the largest pieces of post-Grenfell civil litigation concerning cladding.
‘The quality of barristers is impressive and they really do understand construction. 4 Pump Court are go-to chambers for anything of a complex nature.’
‘4 Pump Court is my go-to Ccambers. Great barristers, amazing clerks, brilliant service and an ability to think outside the box to provide services that are tailored to the solicitor or client needs.’
‘Excellent chambers with a well deserved leading reputation in dealing with construction disputes and other areas. They are always able to match someone with relevant expertise and the right level of seniority to particularly complex disputes.’
‘4 Pump Court are up there when it comes to construction. They have serious quality both at the silk level and senior junior level.’
‘Stewart Gibbs and Carl Wall, the joint Senior Clerks, are excellent. Having worked with them for many years, they are very tuned in to my practice, my working style and what I am looking for in a barrister.’
‘The clerks at 4 Pump Court always go above and beyond to assist instructing solicitors, offering the right fit of barrister to the issue in question, ensuring that their barristers deliver on time and to a high quality.’
London Bar > Energy Tier 2
4 Pump Court is ‘one of the leading sets for energy disputes, with a number of top silks and juniors’ and clients note that ‘for high-value, complex construction work, it is head and shoulders above other sets’. Members approach energy disputes from many different angles, including construction, shipping and exploration, and its members are currently acting in disputes arising from the construction of some of the largest oil and gas infrastructure projects in the world, as well as major projects in the power and renewable energy sectors. Sean Brannigan QC frequently handles the highest-value international arbitrations involving energy and natural resources, among them represents a case involving the construction of a high-value petrochemical plant in the Middle East. Among its many prominent juniors are Kate Livesey, who handled a major contractual dispute between joint venture parties concerning a petroleum exploration and development licence, and Thomas Crangle, who has notable experience in cases involving renewables and green technology.
‘4 Pump Court is one of the leading sets for energy disputes, with a number of top silks and juniors.’
‘Very helpful for the client and it is easy for the foreign lawyer to cooperate with.’
‘Really going places in the energy sector with some of the biggest names now in this area.’
‘The chambers on the whole is very well respected and admired for the depth of knowledge they have across a wide range of legal issues.’
‘4 Pump Court has a range of barristers with experience in the construction and energy sector and it is my go-to set for construction disputes.’
‘Lucy Burrows has really made her mark in the energy sphere, with clients recognising her expertise.’
'One of the best insurance sets around', 4 Pump Court's members have a strong market reputation for their representation of insured parties, insurers, reinsurers and insurance brokers, both within the UK market (including Lloyd’s and the company market), and internationally in disputes in London's Commercial Court and international arbitrations across the world. In 2020, several of the set's members acted in insurance matters arising out of the pandemic, such as QBE UK's instruction of Rachel Ansell QC and Martyn Naylor in the The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch Insurance (UK) and Others, the leading insurance case on Covid-19-related business interruption insurance claims.
‘One of the best insurance sets around.‘
‘Great insurance set with counsel that are always available.‘
‘Love working with this set.‘
‘They are my go-to set and have always delivered.‘
‘The clerking team is the best I have come across.‘
‘The most helpful and accommodating set of clerks around.‘
4 Pump Court is a 'fantastic set - going from strength to strength to strength in International Arbitration' and 'now offering some of the biggest silk names in this field'. The versatile chambers offers a broad range of skills from energy and construction through to insurance, IT, telecoms, shipping and broader commercial arbitrations. Members such as Nigel Tozzi QC and Sean Brannigan QC have firmly established themselves at the top of the market, with several other leading silks, including Rachel Ansell QC and Sean O’Sullivan QC close behind. In addition to the largely confidential arbitration workload, members are also involved in cases that spill into the Courts and the public domain, such as the hugely influential Chubb v Halliburton in the Supreme Court, where Nick Vineall QC led Andrew Stevens acted on behalf of the interveners, the LMAA.
‘4 Pump Court has a very strong profile in international arbitration, especially shipping and energy disputes.’
‘4 Pump Court cares about Chinese market and has a long-time goal in providing best services adaptive to local needs. They have exceled themselves in maintaining good relationship with instructing firms in China.’
‘We use 4PC a lot, and often when things get particularly busy they are able to provide additional junior resource at short notice. The whole team has a great work ethic and is very user-friendly and willing to muck in to get the job done. ‘
‘4 Pump Court is my go to Chambers. Great barristers, amazing clerks, brilliant service and an ability to think outside the box to provide services that are tailored to the solicitor or client needs.’
‘Fastastic set – a force to be reckoned with in both the middle east and far east.’
‘Carl Wall provides top quality service and is incredibly responsive. He gives particular attention to help chambers to develop China-related practice and cares about Chinese clients’ feedback.’
London Bar > Shipping Tier 3
With 'an excellent depth of juniors, senior juniors and QCs', 4 Pump Court's members are involved in some of the most complex shipping cases to come before the English courts. In one highlight, James Leabeater QC led Rani Noakes in The Tai Prize, a Court of Appeal case relating to the liability of charterers to shipowners for errors in bills of lading; Alexander Wright QC is appearing on the other side. Wright also appeared before the Commercial Court in the Eternal Bliss; which hinges on the extent to which charterers are liable for damages in addition to demurrage in the event of delays. elsewhere, Sean O’Sullivan QC and Ed Jones remain active in arbitration, handling a number of high-value disputes with international aspects in areas such as shipbuilding.
‘A brilliant set and our go-to for shipping work.’
‘4 Pump Court has an excellent depth of juniors, senior juniors and QCs.’
‘One of the leading sets for shipping, insurance and international trade.’
‘This is an exceptional set of individuals for shipping, trade and energy/ insurance work.’
‘A very approachable set.’
‘Good, friendly and flexible. A pleasure to work with.’
4 Pump Court fields several strong silks and juniors with a good track record in major commercial disputes. This comes in addition to acknowledged strengths in more specialised fields of insurance, construction and IT. Leading silks such as Stephen Cogley QC have had extremely busy years and recently led highly-rated junior Alexander Wright QC in VTB Commodities Trading v JSC Antipinsky Refinery, in which they secured a worldwide freezing order against the refinery. Several members including Nicholas Vineall QC are also involved in Woodford Investors v Link Solution case, arising from the collapse of the Woodford investment funds. The highly versatile Nigel Tozzi QC also remains a leading figure in the market, and is currently involved in Apache UK Investment Ltd v Esso Exploration and Production Ltd, a case concerning obligations to decommission offshore oil installations.
‘4 Pump Court are a very good set, with a wide range of expertise across the spectrum of commercial disputes.’
‘4 Pump Court is really constructive, commercial and approachable.’
‘A strong chambers, with good clerking. Very proactive on the marketing side and provide us with a range of seminars and knowledge sharing, leading to a good partnership between my firm and Chambers.’
‘An excellent set with a real mix of differing specialities.’
‘4 Pump Court is a very strong set.’
‘The most helpful and accommodating set of clerks around.’
‘We regularly instruct 4 Pump Court and they are our preferred set for both UK and international construction and engineering disputes.’
‘4 Pump Court is a forward looking chambers and innovative in its resourcing, pricing and approach. One of the leading chambers in the field of construction and energy disputes at this time. Availability is excellent and willingness to undertake joint marketing very refreshing.’
‘4 Pump Court are a good set whose reputation for big ticket construction disputes has justifiably grown in the last few years. They are able to field an impressive range of talented barristers.’
‘A very helpful and professional clerking team. Stewart Gibbs is an incredible pleasure to work with. He always makes himself available and is incredibly helpful.’
‘I tend to deal mainly with Carl Wall. He is excellent and very easy to do business with. He appreciates the pressures we work under and is prepared to go the extra distance to ensure we jointly deliver excellent service to our mutual clients.’
‘The clerks are excellent and led well by Stewart Gibbs and Carl Wall. Carl has excellent client management skills and is driven by finding solutions. Excellent to deal with.’
‘4 Pump Court has experienced construction barristers. The set as a whole is good in terms of strength and availability of counsel.’
‘Excellent set with proper strength in depth.’
‘A very helpful and professional clerking team. Stewart Gibbs is a pleasure to work with. He always makes himself available and is incredibly helpful.’
‘Carl Wall is very good, user-friendly and client orientated.’
‘The experience of working with this chambers is wonderful and I always recommend them to our client. They understand the client very well and they recommend the suitable counsel depending on the case.’
‘4 Pump Court has a strong shipping and commodities presence.’
‘Carl Wall is the main person for shipping and commodities, with many years of experience of working with the primary London and overseas shipping firms and increasingly with the P&I clubs with offices around the world.’
4 Pump Court > Set Profile
The Chambers 4 Pump Court is a leading commercial set of barristers’ chambers. Members provide specialist advocacy, advice and support, with expertise in arbitration, dispute resolution, litigation and regulation for UK and international clients worldwide.
The set Chambers comprises 72 barristers, including 26 Queen’s Counsel. Commercial advocacy is central to the set’s offering and practitioners appear before tribunals at every level. This is combined with a user-friendly, client-centric house style. A distinguishing feature is commercial work with complex technical and factual detail, a theme that runs through all sectors.
Members provide commercial, practical and innovative advice. Professional service is provided efficiently and thoroughly, with the highest standards. This is completed by some of the most experienced, persuasive and skilled advocacy available, uniquely honed from the earliest stage.
Advocates appear in domestic and international cases, with members receiving instructions heard in local courts, to major international or cross-border disputes. Barristers act on matters arising in the UK, Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe. In particular 4 Pump Court has an established presence in the Middle East and the Far East, assisted by its office in Hong Kong.
Barristers at 4 Pump Court understand the pressures that solicitors, in-house lawyers and clients operate under and the need to work together as a team. The set takes the time to invest in client relationships and understand their business needs.
Pupillage 4 Pump Court attracts the best calibre candidates coming to the Commercial Bar, ensuring high standards and continued growth. Pupils benefit from an unusual number of court instructions, providing vital experience that continues through Chambers.
The clerks’ room, led by senior clerks Carl Wall and Stewart Gibbs, is recognised and renowned for being responsive, commercially aware and efficient, with high standards. They consistently deliver an exceptional professional service, with an experienced and knowledgeable team able to tailor recommended counsel, teams and financial options for clients.
Work Undertaken 4 Pump Court have a particular focus on the following areas:
Arbitration: Members act in a broad range of domestic and international arbitrations covering all areas, including institutions such as CIETAC, DIAC, HKIAC, ICC, LCIA, LMAA, SIAC and UNCITRAL.
Commercial Dispute Resolution: 4 Pump Court is a leading commercial set, providing practical, effective advice across the full spectrum of commercial practice areas.
Construction: 4 Pump Court has a reputation as one of the leading construction sets, covering all aspects of construction, engineering and infrastructure disputes, both domestic and international, across all forums including adjudication, dispute boards and expert determination.
Energy: Uniquely combining the strongest elements of commercial, construction and maritime expertise. Work includes on and offshore, renewable and pipeline, and is often cross-border.
Financial Services & Banking: Work comprises both financial regulation and investment / retail banking litigation. Members frequently act for regulators and have in-depth knowledge of a variety of financial products, collective investment schemes, SIPPSs, perimeter policing, enforcement and FSMA. They regularly receive instructions involving ISDA, the GRMA, the GMSLA, cyber fraud, FOREX trading, LIBOR manipulation, IRHP / swaps mis-selling, PPI and various other complex instruments.
Insurance: Chambers’ highly recommended insurance and reinsurance group are instructed on numerous significant events affecting the global insurance markets. Members act on behalf of UK and international insurance / reinsurance companies, Lloyd’s syndicates, brokers and insureds. Barristers appear in domestic and international arbitrations (including Bermuda Form), and all tiers of domestic courts.
Professional Negligence: The professional negligence team at 4 Pump Court is one of the most formidable and largest at the Bar. Members have experience in claims for and against professionals across the whole spectrum of liability, including breach of fiduciary duty and fraud. Chambers has particular expertise in disputes concerning architects, engineers, IT consultants, solicitors and barristers, accountants and auditors, financial advisers, insurance brokers and underwriting agents, and surveyors and valuers.
Shipping: 4 Pump Court has an outstanding reputation for marine related disputes, including wet and dry shipping, shipbuilding and marine insurance. Members are instructed by international law firms and P&I clubs on behalf of ship owners, charterers, shipyards, drilling contractors, cargo interests and banks. Barristers have expertise in charterparty and bill of lading disputes, ship sale and purchase, ship mortgages, liens, admiralty matters including collision, towage and pilotage. Barristers also specialise in commercial shipbuilding and super / mega yacht disputes, including brokers commission claims and disputes concerning refund guarantees.
Technology & Telecoms: 4 Pump Court is recognised both domestically and internationally as the leading set for technology disputes. Barristers are uniquely positioned to deal with commercial, technical and intellectual property disputes now challenging the world’s top lawyers and businesses in a complex and rapidly-changing technological environment. The set has been involved in the majority of leading cases, where work on data and cyber security disputes ensures they retain their presence at the forefront of this constantly developing commercial area.
Other: Additional areas of expertise include aviation, corporate advisory, defamation and privacy, financial crime including fraud, and offshore work. Non-UK jurisdictions in addition to those above include the Channels Islands, the Isle of Man, the Caribbean, Bermuda and beyond.
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|Senior Clerk||Stewart Gibbsemail@example.com||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Deputy Senior Clerk||Oliver Mineyfirstname.lastname@example.org||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Deputy Senior Clerk||Lucy Burrowsemail@example.com||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Head of Business Operations||Jon Robinsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Head of Business Operations||Neil Dougallemail@example.com||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Marketing Executive||Isobel Hollandfirstname.lastname@example.org||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Marketing Executive||Robyn Laceyemail@example.com||+44 (0) 20 7842 5555|
|Joint Head of Chambers||VINEALL QC, Nicholas (1988)|
|Joint Head of Chambers||BRANNIGAN QC, Sean (1994)|
|Member of Chambers||MOGER QC, Christopher (1972)|
|Member of Chambers||MARKS QC, Jonathan (1975)|
|Member of Chambers||GARNIER QC, Edward (1976)|
|Member of Chambers||ROWLAND QC, John (1979)|
|Member of Chambers||DOUGLAS QC, Michael (1974)|
|Member of Chambers||NICHOLSON QC, Jeremy (1977)|
|Member of Chambers||TOZZI QC, Nigel (1980)|
|Member of Chambers||CROSS QC, James (1985)|
|Member of Chambers||CHARLTON QC, Alex (1983)|
|Member of Chambers||CHRISTIE QC, Aidan (1988)|
|Member of Chambers||NEISH QC, Andrew (1988)|
|Member of Chambers||DAVIE QC, Michael (1993)|
|Member of Chambers||DUNLOP QC, Roddy (1998)|
|Member of Chambers||COGLEY QC, Stephen (1984)|
|Member of Chambers||SINCLAIR QC, Fiona (1989)|
|Member of Chambers||ANSELL QC, Rachel (1995)|
|Member of Chambers||O'SULLIVAN QC, Sean (1997)|
|Member of Chambers||PILLING QC, Benjamin (1997)|
|Member of Chambers||BERGIN QC, Terence (1985)|
|Member of Chambers||HICKEY QC, Alexander (1995)|
|Member of Chambers||McCAFFERTY QC, Lynne (1997)|
|Member of Chambers||LEABEATER QC, James (1999)|
|Member of Chambers||STEPHENS QC, Jessica (2001)|
|Member of Chambers||DYER, Allen (1976)|
|Member of Chambers||HENDERSON, Simon (1993)|
|Member of Chambers||VAUGHAN-NEIL, Kate (1994)|
|Member of Chambers||PACKMAN, Claire (1996)|
|Member of Chambers||LEWIS, Jonathan (1996)|
|Member of Chambers||PURCHAS, James (1997)|
|Member of Chambers||POTTER, Alison (1987)|
|Member of Chambers||BOWLING, James (1999)|
|Member of Chambers||GILLIES, Jennie (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||WATTHEY, James (2000)|
|Member of Chambers||LIVESEY, Kate (2001)|
|Member of Chambers||OLIVER, Peter (2002)|
|Member of Chambers||CRANGLE, Thomas (2002)|
|Member of Chambers||WOODS, George (2003)|
|Member of Chambers||HATT, James (2003)|
|Member of Chambers||CHATTERJEE, Rangan (2004)|
|Member of Chambers||LAVY, Matthew (2004)|
|Member of Chambers||GOLDSTONE, Simon (2004)|
|Member of Chambers||WYGAS, Luke (2004)|
|Member of Chambers||HENDERSON, Neil (2004)|
|Member of Chambers||CROWLEY, Laura (2005)|
|Member of Chambers||OSBORNE, Richard (2005)|
|Member of Chambers||HALE, Simon (2006)|
|Member of Chambers||WRIGHT, Alexander (2007)|
|Member of Chambers||STEVENS, Andrew (2007)|
|Member of Chambers||GOODKIN, Daniel (2008)|
|Member of Chambers||MUNRO, Iain (2009)|
|Member of Chambers||NAYLOR, Martyn (2009)|
|Member of Chambers||PATEL, Sanjay (2010)|
|Member of Chambers||NOAKES, Rani (2010)|
|Member of Chambers||THORNE, Matthew (2011)|
|Member of Chambers||SHIRAZI, Gideon (2012)|
|Member of Chambers||JONES, Ed (2012)|
|Member of Chambers||CHURCHER, Daniel (2012)|
|Member of Chambers||SCRIVENER, Robert (2013)|
|Member of Chambers||DENNIS, Helen (2013)|
|Member of Chambers||KHOO, Daniel (2014)|
|Member of Chambers||MESFIN, Mek (2014)|
|Member of Chambers||TANNOCK, Quentin (2016)|
|Member of Chambers||WRIGHT, Laura (2014)|
|Member of Chambers||DOWERS, Neil (2016)|
|Member of Chambers||KEATING, Rebecca (2017)|
|Member of Chambers||SCHAFFER-GODDARD, Jonathan (2017)|
|Member of Chambers||HOFFMANN, Anna (2018)|
|Member of Chambers||WANDOWICZ, Kajetan (2018)|
|Member of Chambers||COOK, Elliott (2019)|
|Member of Chambers||O'BRIEN O'REILLY, Samantha (2019)|
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|James Bowling||Commercial practice focusing principally on energy and construction (including adjudication). He also…||View Profile|
|Sean Brannigan||Joint head of chambers, Sean specialises in high-value domestic construction cases and…||View Profile|
|Alex Charlton||Barrister specialising in all commercial and technical disputes with particular experience in…||View Profile|
|Rangan Chatterjee||Ron has a wide-ranging commercial practice which encompasses both litigation and international…||View Profile|
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|Elliott Cook||Elliott has a broad and varied commercial practice with experience in shipping…||View Profile|
|Thomas Crangle||Junior counsel specialising in technology and construction work and professional negligence. He…||View Profile|
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|Laura Crowley||General commercial law, including construction, insurance and professional negligence.||View Profile|
|Michael Davie||Barrister specialising in property damage insurance; jurisdiction/choice of law; professional negligence; and…||View Profile|
|Helen Dennis||General commercial practice in line with chambers’ expertise, specialising in construction, energy,…||View Profile|
|Michael Douglas||Barrister specialising in commercial, professional negligence and information technology fields.||View Profile|
|Neil Dowers||Barrister with a broad commercial practice including experience in international arbitration, commercial…||View Profile|
|Allen Dyer||Barrister specialising in professional indemnity, construction, contract and other commercial cases; has…||View Profile|
|Lord Edward Garnier||Edward’s principle areas of practice are Defamation & Media Law; Financial Crime:…||View Profile|
|Jennie Gillies||Jennie Gillies is a commercial barrister specialising in construction, engineering and adjudication,…||View Profile|
|Simon Goldstone||Commercial: banking, finance, insurance, commercial fraud. Insolvency and Company. Professional negligence: especially…||View Profile|
|Daniel Goodkin||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation, insurance, construction, professional negligence and shipping.||View Profile|
|Simon Hale||Simon is an experienced commercial litigator with a particular emphasis on construction,…||View Profile|
|James Hatt||Barrister specialising in commercial law and international arbitration. Substantial experience as an…||View Profile|
|Neil Henderson||Shipping and international trade: cargo claims, charterparty disputes, arrests, bunker disputes, shipbuilding…||View Profile|
|Simon Henderson||Barrister specialising in commercial work, with an emphasis on information technology, construction…||View Profile|
|Alexander Hickey||Barrister specialising in litigation, domestic and international arbitration and adjudication of disputes…||View Profile|
|Anna Hoffmann||Anna is regularly instructed in a broad range of commercial and regulatory…||View Profile|
|Ed Jones||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and international arbitration with particular expertise in…||View Profile|
|Rebecca Keating||Rebecca has a broad commercial practice with experience in banking and financial…||View Profile|
|Daniel Khoo||Commercial practice including litigation and arbitration with particular experience in civil fraud;…||View Profile|
|Dr Matthew Lavy||A commercial practice with a particular specialism in technology, telecoms, IP licensing…||View Profile|
|James Leabeater||Barrister specialising in general commercial law; especially insurance, shipping, professional negligence and…||View Profile|
|Jonathan Lewis||Commercial barrsiter principally specialising in construction and engineering disputes in litigation, arbitration and…||View Profile|
|Kate Livesey||General common law and commercial law, including insurance, professional negligence, energy and…||View Profile|
|Lord (Jonathan) Marks Of Henley-on-Thames||Barrister specialising in construction and engineering, commercial dispute resolution, international arbitration and…||View Profile|
|Lynne McCafferty||Barrister specialising in general commercial and common law experienced in construction and…||View Profile|
|Mek Mesfin||Specialises in commercial dispute resolution, with particular emphasis on construction, energy &…||View Profile|
|Iain Munro||Professional negligence; commercial; information technology; construction; general common law, shipping, international arbitration.||View Profile|
|Martyn Naylor||Barrister with broad commercial experience across all of chambers’ principle practice areas.…||View Profile|
|Andrew Neish||Barrister specialising in general commercial law including insurance and reinsurance, professional negligence…||View Profile|
|Jeremy Nicholson||Barrister and arbitrator specialising in commercial disputes including construction & engineering, energy,…||View Profile|
|Rani Noakes||Complex international commercial litigation and arbitration in line with chambers’ profile with…||View Profile|
|Sean O"Sullivan QC||Sean is a widely acclaimed commercial silk at 4 Pump Court, whose…||View Profile|
|Samantha O'Brien O'Reilly||Barrister with a broad common law and commercial law practice, with particular…||View Profile|
|Dr Peter Oliver||Barrister specialising in general commercial litigation, construction litigation, professional negligence.||View Profile|
|Richard Osborne||Barrister specialising in general commercial and common law, including contractual disputes, insurance,…||View Profile|
|Claire Packman||Barrister specialising in professional negligence, construction and general commercial litigation.||View Profile|
|Mr Laurence Page||Laurence Page is a leading commercial and infrastructure advocate who is regularly…||View Profile|
|Sanjay Patel||General commercial practice in line with chambers’ profile with specialisms in banking,…||View Profile|
|Benjamin Pilling||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation, banking and finance, professional negligence, construction and…||View Profile|
|Alison Potter||Experienced barrister and mediator with experience in commercial, financial services, professional negligence,…||View Profile|
|James Purchas||Barrister specialising in commercial law, including financial services, insurance and reinsurance, and…||View Profile|
|John Rowland||Insurance and Reinsurance/Construction/Energy and resources/Finance and banking/Arbitration. Admitted to practice in England…||View Profile|
|Jonathan Schaffer-Goddard||Jonathan has a broad commercial practice. He is presently instructed in a…||View Profile|
|Robert Scrivener||Broad commercial practice, in line with chambers’ expertise. Robert has particular experience…||View Profile|
|Gideon Shirazi||Barrister with a broad commercial practice with expertise in banking and finance;…||View Profile|
|Fiona Sinclair||Specialises in construction, energy, transport, construction professionals’ liability and insurance. First class…||View Profile|
|Jessica Stephens||Barrister specialising in construction and related professional negligence disputes. Acts for employers,…||View Profile|
|Andrew Stevens||Commercial barrister specialising in complex and high-value international disputes in arbitration and…||View Profile|
|Mr Thomas Steward||Tom’s practice encompasses commercial litigation, arbitration, and advisory work, with particular emphasis…||View Profile|
|Quentin Tannock||Barrister with a broad commercial practice, combining legal excellence with practical business…||View Profile|
|Matthew Thorne||Commercial – broad range of work; insurance – secondment at major international…||View Profile|
|Nigel Tozzi||Nigel has a wide ranging commercial practice, with particular expertise in commercial…||View Profile|
|Kate Vaughan-Neil||Barrister dealing in general commercial and common law work with an emphasis…||View Profile|
|Nicholas Vineall||Barrister specialising in commercial litigation and international arbitration, including financial services, civil…||View Profile|
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|George Woods||Barrister specialising in IT, commercial, insurance and construction work.||View Profile|
|Laura Wright||Barrister with a broad commercial practice and particular experience of IT, IP,…||View Profile|
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|Luke Wygas||Luke’s practice focuses on domestic construction, energy, IT and professional negligence (with…||View Profile|
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