4 Stone Buildings enjoys an enviable reputation for its work in commercial chancery matters due to the superb quality of its members and the top matters those members attract. Its highly reputable barristers are regularly called upon to act in some of the most high-stake, high-value cases occurring at the Chancery Bar, and have traditionally been strong in corporate and insolvency matters in particular. In Jonathan Crow QC and Robert Miles QC, the set has two of the biggest names at the Chancery Bar.
George Bompas QC: Regularly handles high-stakes litigation in the UK and abroad, working in high-profile offshore jurisdictions. His weighty caseload remains broad in scope, but he is especially associated with disputes addressing complex financial issues.
John Brisby QC: An admired commercial chancery practitioner, who is particularly strong on questions of company law. He is comfortable litigating such disputes in both UK and offshore courts and is a regular in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and the Isle of Man, among others.
Robert Miles QC: Well-respected silk who is especially well known for his excellence as an advocate. He also maintains an active advisory practice and is regularly involved in hugely contentious and non-contentious matters concerning complex company and financial issues.
Jonathan Crow QC: Enjoys an extraordinary reputation at the Chancery Bar for the quality of his work and maintains a wide-ranging commercial practice. He is regularly called upon to handle the most complex and valuable disputes concerning questions of financial services, company, competition and administrative law.
Richard Hill QC: Takes on notable contested cases across a wide range of legal sectors. His areas of specialism include insolvency, banking, civil fraud and company law.
Andrew Clutterbuck QC: A recent silk with a strong commercial chancery practice. He handles financial services matters, in addition to disputes concerning trust and fiduciary claims and shareholder disputes.