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Mr Albert Sampson
Albert has a busy and varied practice embracing commercial litigation and international commercial arbitration, company law and shareholder disputes, corporate and personal insolvency law, banking and finance law, and civil fraud. Albert also specializes in civil recovery under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, having been a consultant barrister with the National Crime Agency.
As an advocate, Albert regularly appears in the High Court and in County Courts and has experience of working both led and unled. Albert’s work often has an international or cross-border element and he has experience of work involving the BVI, the DIFC and international arbitral tribunals.
Albert has in-house experience with both the Financial Conduct Authority and the National Crime Agency.
Albert also writes regularly on the areas in which he specializes: he is currently working on updating the well-known commentary, Loose & Griffiths on Liquidators; is also a contributing editor to Butterworth’s Financial Regulation Service, in which he edits the division on the FCA’s Prospectus Rules; and has written a number of articles for LexisPSL on banking and finance matters.
Polish, French, German, (Basic) Russian
Chancery Bar Association (Albert is also the Chairman of the Junior Chancery Bar committee)
Young International Arbitration Group
Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association
Before coming to the Bar, Albert read History and Modern Languages at Merton College, Oxford, where he also gained a Master’s degree in Modern Languages.