Financial Regulatory and Disputes Summit – 1 December 2021

Timings: 8.30am

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Serle Court

Serle Court is a set of barristers’ chambers offering genuine expertise across a broad range of both chancery and commercial disciplines. We cover the whole range of ‘business’ law, from offshore litigation about the world’s largest companies to domestic advice on probate matters, for both private and professional clients at home and abroad. We are applauded for handling “matters of the greatest worth and complexity.” Widely recognised as one of the top sets at the English Bar, members of chambers are recommended in 22 practice areas by Chambers UK and 18 practice areas by The Legal 500. We are one of the largest commercial chancery sets, with 69 members, including 27 silks, so we are well placed to offer the right barrister or team for each case. Our Head of Chambers is Alan Boyle QC, he and all our barristers and staff are committed to providing exceptional service which is regularly recognised in the directories and at awards ceremonies. We have a strong and growing reputation as one of the leading sets of chambers for banking and financial services litigation. Several members of Serle Court are ranked in the legal directories as leading practitioners in this area, and our members have participated (sometimes on opposing sides) in some of the main banking and financial services cases of recent years, including the RBS Rights Issue Litigation, the Bank Charges Litigation, cases arising out of the collapse of Lehman Brothers and many mis-selling cases including JP Morgan Chase v Springwell Navigation Corp. Members of Serle Court act both for and against banks and financial services companies and have experience in a wide range of banking transactions, instruments and types of dispute. Our banking and financial services clients often appreciate our ability to couple expertise in those fields with expertise in other areas that may be relevant, such as insolvency, trusts, regulatory issues and fraud/asset recovery.


London, United Kingdom

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