Henry Warwick QC is a leading practitioner in commercial disputes. He is also a specialist in financial services, and in disputes arising from defective products. He is a seasoned practitioner in large scale Group Actions. He acts in a wide variety of disputes in the Business and Property Courts and has particular expertise in fraud and economic torts. His significant recent cases include the Post Office Group Litigation, proceedings brought by the Libyan Investment Authority, the Seroxat Group Litigation, Chevron Corporation’s multi-billion dollar claim against funders of the Lago Agrio Litigation, and financial regulatory matters including the widely reported unfair relationships case Axton v GE. Henry is closely involved in the law and Brexit. He acted for British expatriates in Miller v. Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, and in General Court proceedings to annul measures inhibiting Brexit discussions.
QC in 2020. Prior to the Bar, commercial litigation solicitor at Linklaters LLP (qualified 2000); latterly, Legal Counsel at Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague. LLM Cambridge University (2005, First Class); Judicial Assistant to Lord Nicholls and Lord Hope (2000); BSc Bristol University (1996, First Class).