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Practice Areas

Civil and commercial litigation including banking, financial services, insurance, civil fraud and professional negligence. Much of his recent work has been related to derivatives (interest rate, currency and credit), including mis-selling claims and LIBOR/EURIBOR litigation, including the landmark Property Alliance Group v RBS litigation (both at first instance and in the Court of Appeal), Deutsche Bank v Unitech and Marme v RBS and Wall v RBS (a substantial claim arising out of an aborted capital markets transaction, one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2017). Frequent appellate work including PAG v RBS, WW Properties v RBS (duty of care in relation to FCA agreed review of hedging products) and Barclays v ENPAM (jurisdiction). Various international arbitrations, including $1.4 billion dispute between GMR and the Government of the Maldives over Malé international airport.

Winner of “Banking Junior of the Year” at the Chambers and Partners 2017 Bar Awards (having been shortlisted for the same award in 2016).

Professional Memberships

Member COMBAR, London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association.


Called 2007.


'Consensus, separability and Article 23 of the Brussels Regulation‘ [2009] LMCLQ 275.


Oriel College, Oxford, BA (First Class), BCL (Distinction), Harvard Law School, LLM.

Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Total 1 Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Banking Set of the Year and Professional Negligence Set of the Year

Richard Handyside, Mark Simpson, Ben Lynch, Adam Sher

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