Litigating in the English Commercial Court
Distilling Disputes Series | November 15, 2022
Presented by Fried Frank’s Disputes team, the Distilling Disputes series uses data and graphics to draw out the strategic issues which clients face when litigating disputes in the English Courts and in international commercial and investment arbitration. The fourth edition provides insights into conducting disputes in the English Commercial Court. The work of the Commercial Court includes banking and financial disputes, disputes (based in contract or tort) between high net worth individuals from around the world, international trade, aviation, shipping, insurance, reinsurance, commercial fraud, and M&A disputes. It also acts as the supervisory court for arbitrations based in England and Wales. The cases are predominantly international and usually involve disputes worth in excess of £5m. Fried Frank’s multi-disciplinary team of barristers and solicitors has extensive experience of pursuing and defending high value claims in the English Commercial Court. Please find our fourth edition here.
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