Commercial problems need commercial and practical solutions.
We provide those solutions across all sectors of business and industry: our role as barristers is not just to advise on the law but, when giving that advice, to understand and take account of your business and commercial needs and interests.
Our core practice areas include:
- Insolvency and restructuring.
- Banking, financial services and regulation.
- Company law and corporate finance.
- Commercial litigation and business disputes.
- Arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.
As a necessary adjunct to our core practice areas, members of Chambers also have particular expertise in international and domestic asset tracing and recovery, commercial and civil fraud and professional negligence.
Individual members of Chambers have also developed expertise in additional practice areas of a specialist nature including: sports law, EU law, administrative law and as advocates before disciplinary and regulatory tribunals.
Whether you are a large or small corporation, a bank, a professional firm, an expert practitioner from another discipline, or a private individual, we use the legal tools available to assess and achieve the best solution for you.
Although as barristers we are self-employed individuals and proud of our tradition of independence and integrity, we are used to working as part of a team either with other barristers or professional advisors.
For more information about the work of Chambers generally and the specialist areas of practice of individual members, please contact the Practice Managers.