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2 TEMPLE GARDENS, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 9AY, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7822 1200
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134 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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Alistair Mackenzie

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Work +44 (0)20 7822 1266
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www.2tg.co.uk/people/alistair-mackenzie/
2TG – 2 Temple Gardens (2TG – 2 Temple Gardens)

Position

Practice Areas

Alistair’s practice comprises cross-border disputes, product liability and insurance litigation. He regularly appears in complex and high value cases against more senior opponents, and has a reputation for providing pragmatic and commercial advice. He has considerable expertise in dealing with jurisdiction and choice of law disputes.

Alistair has extensive appellate experience, including multiple cases in the Supreme Court on points of private international law. Recent reported cases include the landmark Supreme Court appeals in Brownlie v Four Seasons Holdings Inc [2017] UKSC 80, acting for the successful defendant in challenging the English courts’ jurisdiction, and Moreno v Motor Insurers’ Bureau [2016] UKSC 52, establishing the scope of MIB’s obligations under the European Motor Insurance Directives.

Career

Prior to joining 2TG, Alistair obtained a First Class degree in Law from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He was called to the Bar in 2013 (Gray’s Inn). In addition to his practice in England, he has worked in the Dubai International Financial Centre.

Member

COMBAR
PEOPIL


London Bar

Travel law (including jurisdictional issues)

Within: Travel law (including jurisdictional issues)

2TG – 2 Temple Gardens is a ‘very strong set dealing with all issues of travel litigation (jurisdiction and applicable law)’. Members have ‘real expertise in private international law’ and the core of their practice is dealing with the application of foreign law to high-value personal injury claims arising from accidents abroad. Highlights of the year include the Supreme Court decision in Brownlie v Four Seasons, in which Howard Palmer QC, Marie Louise Kinsler QC and Alistair Mackenzie appeared, concerning the ability to bring an action in tort in England arising out of an accident overseas.

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