• Obtaining an order striking out group claims brought on the basis of parent company liability at the jurisdictional stage. The order was upheld by the Court of Appeal.
  • Advising in relation to the management of a long term outsourcing contract involving IT and process transformation.
  • Acting for an international Telecoms company in relation to a significant breach of warranty / fraudulent misrepresentation dispute following a £6 billion acquisition of a European telecoms company. The mandate included conducting allegations into the suspected fraud, advising on the available civil and criminal remedies on a multi-jurisdictional basis, and advising on corporate strategy.
  • Acting for the holding company of a Georgian wholesale and retail internet service provider in relation to a shareholder dispute.
  • Advising on the termination of a licensing agreement relating to software for the monitoring of and charging for use of mobile calling and data in Kuwait.
  • Acting for a developer, owner, manufacturer, distributor and publisher of software technologies in a US$ 220 million dollar dispute relating to the licensing and support of new technology for video and web content traffic optimisation over mobile telecommunications networks.
  • Representing an Indian national accused of fraudulent misrepresentation in parallel proceedings in a Singapore seated Arbitration and litigation before the Isle of Man Courts. Including obtaining orders for the giving of evidence in support of arbitration from the English, Singaporean and Indian courts.
  • Acting for a manufacturer of avionics components in an English High Court claim relating to a fire on an aircraft involving five parties. The claim involved issues of Washington, Canadian, Arizona, New York and Ethiopian law, and permission given for the parties to rely on experts in a further five disciplines. The case involved review of over 70,000 documents for the purposes of disclosure, and resulted in disclosure of over 30,000 documents by the five parties to the litigation.
  • Acting for a manufacturer of solar panels in a contractual dispute, leading to the termination of the contract for repudiatory breach (including allegations of faulty goods and/or non-delivery) under English law and LCIA rules.