Philip Riches has a wide-ranging commercial practice in international arbitration and litigation. His work covers all aspects of commercial litigation in the English courts and international arbitration in a wide range of forums, including LCIA, HKIAC, SIAC, SCC, ICC and ad hoc arbitrations. He is described as: ‘A superstar junior who is responsive, commercial and bright.
Karen practises in shipping, sale of goods, international trade, banking, private international law, arbitration and insurance.
She graduated with a first in jurisprudence from Oxford University and then took a first in the BCL. After being called to the Bar, Karen practised at 20 Essex Street where she developed a commercial law practice, appearing before the High Court, Court of Appeal, House of Lords and in various arbitral proceedings including LMAA, LCIA,
Timothy Hill QC specializes in international commercial litigation and arbitration, the latter carried out under the rules of all the major arbitral institutions. His disputes tend to be of very high value, complex or of an urgent nature involving swift interim relief.
Andrew has a broad international commercial litigation and arbitration practice. He is often instructed to appear as junior counsel in complex, multi-jurisdictional, high-value cases and is also regularly instructed to appear as sole counsel in the Commercial Court, Chancery Division and in arbitration.