Commercial litigation (Tier 3)

4 Stone Buildings has ‘excellent barristers across the board’ with ‘very sharp minds combined with a user-friendly and commercially minded clerking team’. For some, the set is often the ‘first-choice chambers for all commercial Chancery work’ and boasts several superstar silks. Recent highlights include Autonomy Corporation v Dr Michael Lynch, in which Robert Miles QC, Richard Hill QC and Sharif Shivji are representing Dr Michael Lynch, and Al Khorafi v Bank Sarasin-Alpen (ME) Limited and others.

George Bompas QC – 4 Stone BuildingsA hugely capable and experienced silk, he has enormous experience across a wide range of corporate and Chancery matters.’
Ranked: Tier 3

John Brisby QC – 4 Stone BuildingsA seasoned litigator with a good strategic sense.
Ranked: Tier 2

Jonathan Crow QC – 4 Stone Buildings ‘One of the super silks, his reputation alone adds immediate credibility to a client’s case.’
Ranked: Tier 1

Robert Miles QC – 4 Stone Buildings ‘Connects with the judge on the most difficult points.’
Ranked: Tier 1

Andrew Clutterbuck QC – 4 Stone Buildings ‘His advice is always clear and his approach is always commercial, never losing sight of the client’s objectives.’
Ranked: Tier 5

Richard Hill QC – 4 Stone Buildings ‘Very well regarded for commercial Chancery disputes.’
Ranked: Tier 5

Paul Greenwood – 4 Stone Buildings ‘Excellent with the client, meticulous on the detail, and a pleasure to work with.’
Ranked: Tier 4

Christopher Harrison – 4 Stone Buildings ‘His advice is particularly polished.’
Ranked: Tier 4

Sharif Shivji – 4 Stone Buildings ‘He devours papers, cutting through complexities, to arrive quickly at the nub of the issue.’
Ranked: Tier 2

Alexander Cook – 4 Stone Buildings ‘An extremely safe pair of hands, very personable and very good with clients.’
Ranked: Tier 5