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South Square, Gabriel Moss QC, London, ENGLAND

Gabriel Moss QC

Tel:
Work 020 7696 9900
Email:
Web:
www.southsquare.com
South Square (South Square)

Position

Gabriel specialises in UK, EU, EEA and international insolvency and restructuring, as well as company, banking, financial services, commercial chancery and offshore law and litigation. He has given expert evidence for cases in the US, France, Germany, Australia, Greece, Netherlands, Italy, Iceland, Poland and Switzerland. He sits part-time as a deputy High Court judge of the Chancery Division and is a part-time visiting professor in Corporate Insolvency Law at Oxford University. In recent years, Gabriel has acted as leading counsel in major Supreme Court, Privy Council, ECJ and EFTA Court cases involving insolvency, banking and commercial chancery matters. These include Heritable v Landsbanki, Rubin v Eurofinance, New Cap v Grant, BNY v Eurosail, Re Nortel, Re Lehman, Re Kaupthing, Perpetual Trustee v BNY Corporate Trustee, PWC v Saad, Singularis v PWC, Olympic Airlines. In May 2016, Gabriel was appointed as specialist legal adviser to the Work and Pensions and Business Innovation and Skills House of Commons Select Committees in relation to the BHS inquiry.
Publications of note include: ‘EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings’, ‘EU Banking and Insurance Insolvency’, ‘Lightman and Moss: The Law of Administrators and Receivers’, ‘Rowlatt on Principal and Surety’.

Career

Called 1974 (Lincoln’s Inn); QC 1989; Emeritus Director of International Insolvency Institute; member of Bank of England Financial Markets Law Committee; Deputy High Court Judge (Chancery Division); visiting professor at Oxford University.

Languages

Working legal French, conversational Hungarian.

Member

INSOL Europe, International Insolvency Institute.

Education

Oxford University (1971 BA Jurisprudence, First Class; 1972 BCL).

Leisure

Theatre, opera, tennis.

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