Marc represents corporate entities and individuals in civil fraud and asset recovery litigation, as part of his broader commercial dispute resolution practice. He is particularly experienced in:
(a) disputes with an international or cross-border element, typically involving jurisdiction challenges and presenting conflict of laws issues; and,
(b) applications for interim relief (especially when urgent), including for asset freezing injunctions and Norwich Pharmacal information disclosure orders.
Marc is regularly instructed as junior counsel in high-value heavyweight commercial fraud disputes. Recent such cases include Privatbank v Kolomoisky (Court of Appeal, 2019) and BTA Bank v Khrapunov (Supreme Court, 2018).
He also acts regularly in cases concerning the assets of high net worth individuals and, as sole counsel, has significant experience of business protection disputes involving director / executive misconduct as well as cases involving gambling and cryptocurrency.
As a Mathematics graduate, Marc is highly numerate and confident in tackling very technical and complex evidence.
Called to the Bar in 2011, following first class degrees in Mathematics and in Law, including an LLM from Cambridge in 2009.
Commercial Bar Association; London Irish Lawyers Association; Young Fraud Lawyers Association; Young International Arbitration Group; Chancery Bar Association