Commercial Chancery

Commercial Chancery

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Members appear in complex, high value disputes in the Commercial Court, Chancery Division, and QBD as well as in commercial arbitrations in London and around the world. 

Members have acted in Hong Kong, Grenada, Australia, Dubai and the Cayman Islands and retain rights or audience in a number of those jurisdictions.

Members of chambers are Counsel of Choice for commercial disputes for commercial disputes in the UK and overseas, offering practical and doctrinal expertise in a wide range of practice areas and modes of dispute resolution. 

Members are instructed by UK and foreign governments, local authorities, domestic and mulit-national public utilities, general counsel of FTSE-100 companies, major US and UK law firms in the City of London and around the world.   

Members undertake work through Solicitors, Direct Access and in appropriate circumstances on a Direct Public Access Basis. 

For further information please contact Civil Clerk, Michael Wright on 02078316476 or email him at m.wright@33bedfordrow.co.uk 
 

Work Undertaken.

Agency

Bailment

Bailee Liability

Sub-Bailment

Conversion

Interference with Goods

Brokerage

Maritime and Aviation

Wet and dry

NDAs

Anti-Circumvention

Carriage by Air

Carriage by Land

Carriage by Road

CMR

Commercial Agency

Application of Regulations

Obligations of Principal/ Agent

Termination; Compensation and Indemnity

Commodities

GAFTA AND FOSFA

ICA

Letters of Credit

LIFFE

LME

Oil and Gas

The Sugar Association and the Refined Sugar Association

Company Law

Boardroom Disputes

Shareholder Disputes

Claims against Directors, Corporations and Unincorporated Associations

Derivative Actions

Fiduciary Duties

Minority Shareholder Claims

Receivers and Administrators

Corporate Insolvency

Competition

Domestic

EU

Conflict of Laws and Private International Law

Choice of Law

Domicile and Residence

Enforcement of foreign judgments

Foreign law

Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933

Council Regulation (EC) No. 44/2001 : “The Judgments Regulation”

Injunctions in aid of Foreign Proceedings

Jurisdiction- letters of request, letters rogotory, and renvoi

Service out of the jurisdiction

Stay of action

Consumer Law

Contract Disputes

Conversion/ Interference with Goods

Damages

Duress and Undue Influence

Economic Torts

Accessory Liability

Conspiracy

Tortiously Inducing Breach of Contract

Trade Disputes

Unlawful Interference

Entertainment and Media

Media Law

Intellectual Property

Licensing

Defamation

Freedom of Speech

Estoppel

Exclusion, Exemption and Limitation Clauses

Fiduciary Duties

Duties

Remedies

Restitution

Formation of Contracts and Incorporation of Terms

Frustration and Force Majeure

Government Contracts and Private Finance Initiatives

Guarantees, Indemnities and Suretyship

Illegal Contracts

Indemnity

Injunctions

Anti-Suit Proceedings

Freezing Orders

Search Orders

International Trade

Carriage by air

Carriage by land

International Sale of Goods

Shipping

Interpretation

Islamic Finance

Bai’ al ‘inah [Sale and buy-back agreements]

Bai' bithaman ajil [Deferred payment sale]

Bai' muajjal [Credit sale]

Bai salam [Advance payment]

Hibah [Gratuity payments on deposit accounts]

Istisna [Staged progress payments]

Ijarah [Provision of assets as services]

Ijarah thumma al bai' [Lease buyback]

Mudarabah [Profit Sharing partnerships]

Murâbaḥah [Fixed profit margin Sales]

Musawamah [Blind sale price negotiations]

Musharakah [Joint Venture]

Qard hassan [Interest free- goodwill loan]

Sukuk [Islamic Bonds]

Takaful [Islamic Insurance]

Wadiah [Bank guarantee - Payment on demand]

Joint Liability

Jurisdiction

Limitation of Action

Misrepresentation

Mistake

Passing Off

Quasi Contract

Remedies

Damages

Causation

Contributory Negligence

Mitigation

Penalty or Liquidated Damages

Remoteness

Equitable Remedies

Restitution

Restraint of Trade

Sale of Goods - Service Agreements

Share sales

Shipping

Termination/ Repudiation/ Rescission

Unfair Terms

Commercial Chancery Barristers