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Mr Joseph Wigley
Joseph has a litigation-focussed commercial chancery practice across 4 Stone Buildings’ practice areas, including commercial litigation and arbitration, company law, insolvency and reconstruction and civil fraud. Equally comfortable on his own or led by senior barristers, a large proportion of Joseph’s cases has an offshore element, particularly litigation involving offshore trust and corporate structures.
Recent cases include:
- Petropavlovsk Plc (in administration), Re  EWHC 2097 (Ch) &  EWHC 2074 (Ch); •Asher v Jaywing Plc  EWHC 893 (Ch); •Maud, Re  EWHC 1469 (Ch) &  EWHC 974 (Ch) &  EWHC 398 (Ch) &  EWHC 1414 (Ch) &  EWHC 2175 (Ch) &  EWHC 3681 (Ch) •Reliance v AM2PM  EWHC 1079 (Ch); •Deansgate v Workman  EWHC 2 (Ch); •Saboowala v Nair (CFI 037/2017) (DIFC) •Passport v ARY (CFI 039/2016) (DIFC) • Re Haus of Vanity  EWHC 2615 (Ch) •RPC v Khan  BPIR 722 •Butler v Butler  EWHC 1793 (Ch) •Global Energy v Gray  EWHC 2232 (Ch) &  EWHC 3703 (Ch); Corinth v Barclays  DIFC CFI 024.
Called 2010, Middle Temple; following pupillage in chambers, tenant at 4 Stone Buildings 2011 to date; registered advocate with rights of audience before the courts of the Dubai International Financial Centre (“DIFC”).
Prior to the Bar, worked in strategy consulting.
COMBAR; Chancery Bar Association; Insolvency Lawyers’ Association (Associate Member), Registered advocate in the DIFC courts
Harrow School (Entrance Scholar); Oriel College, Oxford (MA, Scholar); City University (GDL); Middle Temple (Queen Mother’s Scholar (2009); Lord Diplock Scholar (2008)).