Ben is a corporate, insolvency and financial law specialist. His expertise spans both advisory work and litigation in the fields of company law, corporate restructuring and insolvency, banking, financial services, LLP law, professional negligence and civil fraud. He has wide-ranging experience of commercial and financial litigation and arbitration, including complex, multi-jurisdictional claims. Ben is regularly instructed to act both as sole counsel and with a leader. He has appeared in all courts from the High Court (Chancery Division, Commercial Court and Companies Court) through to the Supreme Court and the Privy Council. Recent significant cases include BAT Industries v Sequana, Carlyle Capital Corporation v Conway, Mezhprombank v Pugachev, MF Global and Kaupthing.
Downing College, Cambridge. Called Lincoln’s Inn 2004.
Chancery Bar Association, COMBAR, ILA.
Member of ILA Technical Committee.
Member of Law Society Company Law Committee.
Buckley on the Companies Acts.