City and International Commercial Litigation
The team offers the full spectrum of city and international dispute resolution work in domestic and overseas courts. The practice comprises complex international (often multi-jurisdictional) commercial disputes that have a UK dimension, and pre-litigation strategic advice and ongoing dispute resolution support for clients with disputes in offshore or other common law jurisdictions.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our lawyers have experience of a broad range of international litigation disputes, including in the fields of asset tracing, civil fraud, competition follow-on actions, economic torts, energy, finance, gaming, insolvency, investment funds, M&A, mining, product liability and shareholder activism.
Our team is experienced in domestic proceedings, free-standing claims in offshore and other common law jurisdictions, and proceedings in support before overseas Courts, including injunction and discovery applications, and enforcement of arbitral awards.
We are city-based but work on matters for parties from all over the world for city and international litigation dispute resolution.
"Blake Morgan LLP is 'a real alternative to large City firms for commercial litigation, with particular strength in international cross-border work', according to clients. The practice has particular specialisms in financial, technology, IP, hospitality and gaming disputes, as well as civil fraud." - Legal 500 2020
Successfully defending in the Court of Appeal $100m claims relating to companies and real estate assets in Georgia.
Pursing claims against a UK-listed company arising under the Georgian Civil Code in relation to the sale of business and assets in Georgia.
Financial mis-selling claim relating to a failed investment into an unregulated, overseas Caribbean property scheme.
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