Eleven members of chambers are instructed to appear in thee of the cases which feature in The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases for 2019:
- ACL Netherlands BC (As Successor to Autonomy Corp Ltd) v Lynch – a c.$5bn claim arising out of the $11bn sale of Autonomy to Hewlett Packard in 2011. Robert Miles QC, Richard Hill QC, Sharif Shivji, Tom Gentleman, Lara Hassell-Hart, Zara McGlone and Karl Anderson are instructed on behalf of the First Defendant.
- Mayr v CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP – a professional negligence claim brought by a private equity client against CMS Cameron McKenna for damages of around £65m. Jonathan Crow QC, James Knott and Karl Anderson are instructed on behalf of the First Claimant.
- High Commissioner for Pakistan in the United Kingdom v National Westminster Bank Plc and Others – a case concerning the competing claims made by Pakistan and India to a sum held in an account with Natwest. Jonathan Brettler and Edward Crossley are instructed on behalf of Pakistan.