The trial of ACL Netherlands BC (As Successor to Autonomy Corp Ltd) v Lynch began on the 25th March. The case is listed to run for some 29 weeks in the Chancery Division, and concerns the acquisition of software company Autonomy by HP in 2011 for some $11.1bn. The damages claimed are approximately $5bn, making […]
Seven members of chambers feature in three of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases for 2019.
We are delighted to announce that Andrew de Mestre has taken silk. Andrew is recommended by Chambers & Partners in Commercial Litigation, Chancery/Commercial, Banking & Finance, Civil Fraud and Insolvency.
We are pleased to announce that Richard Hill QC won Banking Silk of the year and Sharif Shivji won Commercial Junior of the year at the Chambers Bar Awards 2018.