Adam Kramer is a highly regarded commercial litigator and arbitration advocate specialising in banking and finance, commercial fraud, energy, sale of goods, professional negligence and insurance and reinsurance disputes.
He is frequently instructed in large-scale, high-profile matters, most recently in the Covid-19 business interruption insurance test case, the Phones 4U alleged collusion dispute, Lehman waterfall litigation, and VW (and other) Diesel Emissions group claims, and in recent years in the the Libyan Investment Authority fraud claims, RBS Rights Issue prospectus claim, Holyoake v Candy brothers and Russian frauds. He has extensive experience of group/multi-party litigation.
Adam is an expert in contract damages, being the sole author of leading practitioner text - The Law of Contract Damages (now in its 2nd edition).
He is consistently ranked as a leading junior in the legal directories and praised for his sharp analytical skills, in-depth knowledge and courtroom style.
Called 2004; Gray’s Inn; formerly law lecturer at Durham University and University College Oxford.
COMBAR; ChBA; LCIA; Society of Legal Scholars; Bar Pro Bono Unit.
Manchester Grammar School; University College, Oxford University (BA Hons); McGill University, Canada (LLM).