Amy Rogers practises in all areas of commercial, employment and public law litigation, including disputes with a substantial cross-border element. Amy’s commercial and employment practice is broad, but with particular expertise in conspiracy and economic tort claims, restraint of trade and teampoaching disputes, shareholder and LLP disputes, and claims involving breaches of directors’ duties, fiduciary duties, and duties of confidence. In the public law field, Amy has particular experience in the use of public law litigation to protect commercial interests. Her recent work includes acting for the Iranian commercial bank Bank Melat in sanctions litigation culminating in a successful Supreme Court challenge to the Financial Restrictions (Iran) Order 2009 and in the Bank’s Commercial Court damages claim.
Called to the Bar 2007.
COMBAR, ELA, ELBA, ALBA, BEG. Member of the ELA International Committee.