Dispute Resolution

We have exceptional trial and other hearing experience which means that, where necessary, we feel as comfortable resolving disputes inside a courtroom as outside it.

Our experience in Dispute Resolution

  • On behalf of the administrators of a group of companies, obtaining a series of proprietary and freezing orders against former directors and third party companies, to prevent the disposal of land and other assets acquired by the third party companies from the group companies. The land and assets were acquired at an undervalue, due to breaches of duty by group company directors
  • Representing an AIM registered international mining company and two of its directors in a 10 day trial in the Chancery Division of the High Court in a fraudulent misrepresentation claim brought by an investor  
  • Representing a US based financial services company in a $6 million claim against a Cayman Islands based fund manager culminating in a five day LCIA arbitration trial
  • Representing a broadcast services company and its director in a claim for loans and personal guarantees in the sum of approximately $19 million in proceedings in the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court involving a summary judgment application over four days and an appeal
  • Representing international clients in the renewable energy sector in a six day ad hoc arbitration trial to determine the deferred consideration due under a share purchase agreement
  • Representing a technology company in a £3.2 million claim brought in the Commercial Court in respect of commission due and share entitlements
  • Representing a Far East based commodities trading company in LCIA arbitration proceedings in connection with a contractual dispute
  • Representing a Russian manufacturing company which had obtained a Russian arbitration award in converting the award to an English court judgment, involving a fully contested High Court hearing to determine objections to recognition of the award raised by the defendant under the New York Convention 1958
  • Representing minority and majority shareholders in various claims for unfair prejudice under Section 994 of the Companies Act 2006 including in petitions claiming respectively diversion of business assets and opportunities to competitors, unlawful treatment of an outgoing shareholder as a Bad Leaver under the terms of the Articles and alleged unfairly prejudicial non-payment of dividends
  • Representing a creditor in a Cayman Islands insolvency of a limited partnership involving an investigation conducted by the liquidators as to potential claims to be brought against those with conduct of the affairs of the limited partnership


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  • Tamar Halevy
    Recommended lawyer Dispute resolution – Commercial litigation
    The Legal 500 UK 2020


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