• In 2018, Jamie successfully led the defence of claims in the High Court and Court of Appeal seeking to establish that an English domiciled parent owed a duty of care in respect of incidents which took place on the property owned by its overseas subsidiary.
  • More recently, Jamie secured a USD$200 million summary judgment for a client in a broadcasting dispute, and prevailed in an LCIA dispute in relation to the ownership of an Armenian bank.
  • Jamie regularly speaks and writes on third party funding, mass claims, fraud and asset recovery and force majeure issues.
  • Acted for a major international consumer products company in the successful defence at first instance and in the Court of Appeal of a class action brought in the English High Court in respect of alleged liability arising from an armed invasion of the property of an African subsidiary company.
  • Successfully represented a majority shareholder in a US$100 million+ dispute before the LCIA relating to control of major Armenian retail bank.
  • Secured summary judgment for over US$200 million in a dispute arising out of a US$701 million contract for broadcasting rights in Mainland China and Macau.
  • Represented a Gulf-based bank in the investigation and successful recovery of over US$300 million of assets allegedly misappropriated through infrastructure projects, involving actions in Switzerland, the Cayman Islands, the BVI, Jersey and London.
  • Acted for an oil and gas major in the successful defence of an application to enforce an arbitral award of US$2.5 billion in England and in related international proceedings.
  • Obtained summary judgment for a major investment bank in proceedings in England, New York and Tanzania in relation to the recovery of US$140 million of secured assets invested into a power station project in Dar es Salaam, involving proceedings in England, Tanzania, The Netherlands and the United States.
  • Acted for a major international bank in the defence of claims in England and Monaco arising out of historic FX trades placed with a Monaco subsidiary of the bank.
  • Obtained a favourable settlement for a US multinational media company in the investigation of a systemic and long running fraud perpetrated across a number of European jurisdictions by an IP holder.
  • Acted for a joint venture company in an LCIA London arbitration concerning a shareholder dispute in respect of contracts entered into by a major commodities trader, with a value of approximately US$50 billion.
  • Advised the Receiver of a European bank in relation to the recovery of US$3.5 billion allegedly misappropriated from the business by members of the former management.