Partner Ioannis Alexopoulos and Associate Ryan Cable examine the significance of selecting particular arbitration rules in instances where there may be multiple parties or multiple contracts in dispute, in the November 2018 edition of the Journal of International Banking and Financial Law.
Ioannis is recognised in The Legal 500 UK 2015 for his experience in commercial litigation work. He is also acknowledged for his banking litigation work in Chambers UK 2014. Chambers Global 2017 recognises Ioannis as a ‘Foreign Expert Based in UK’ and a ‘Foreign Expert for Greece’ for his dispute resolution expertise.
Simon is regarded as a ‘Leading Individual’ in The Legal 500 2016 for his civil fraud and commercial litigation expertise, and is recognised as a ‘Recommended Lawyer’ for his banking litigation and international arbitration work. Chambers UK describes him as a “truly exceptional lawyer” and he is also ranked as a Foreign Expert for his Russian dispute resolution work in Chambers Global. Recognised for being “very clear-sighted and capable of identifying clear strategies for his clients to pursue”,
Simon has been consistently ranked in Bands 1 and 2 for his civil fraud
expertise in Chambers UK over many years.
Natalia is ranked Band 6 in Chambers UK 2017 for her International Arbitration expertise. She has previously been recognised by The Legal 500 and Chambers UK for her “fantastic experience and responsiveness“, for being an “extremely good tactical mind”, a “steely litigator with excellent litigation instincts” and she has been praised for her ability to “remain incredibly calm under pressure“.
Julian is ranked in Chambers for Civil Fraud and is recommended in The Legal 500 UK 2016 for Banking Litigation and Commercial Litigation.
Graham is consistently recognised by The Legal 500 and Chambers as one of the UK’s highest ranked commercial and banking litigators and has been involved in some of the most significant cases of recent years. Chambers UK describes him as “an intense and effective solicitor with an incredibly client-focused approach” and he has previously been described as “very bright, very hard-working, a good tactician” and “very committed and driven”.
The Legal 500 has noted that Abdulali is recommended for commercial litigation, financial disputes and regulatory issues. Chambers Global described Abdulali as a “technically sound, sensible and robust litigator who always finds practical solutions”.
“Clients praise Hermes for his “multi-jurisdictional knowledge and language skills, which make dealing with international cases with complicated issues much easier.” He is best known for advising London insurers and reinsurers on coverage issues in several Latin American jurisdictions, with a particular focus on Brazil. He also has a strong non-contentious practice advising UK clients on regulatory matters in Latin America”. Chambers Global – Latin America
Elliott is recognised in The Legal 500 2016 for his experience in dispute resolution work and is also ranked as a Band 2 individual in both Chambers Global and Chambers Europe for General Business Law: Dispute Resolution — Gibraltar.
Adam is listed in Chambers Global for Dispute Resolution, “on the back of strong client endorsements“, and commentary has referred both to his “clear technical strength” and a “clear understanding and appreciation of clients’ needs“.
Daniel is recommended in The Legal 500 UK 2016 for Banking Litigation (Tier 3) and Commercial Litigation (Tier 4). He receives praise for being “a strategic thinker” who “brings real energy to cases“.
Josh is recognised as a ‘Recommended Lawyer’ in The Legal 500 UK 2016 for his commercial litigation expertise and is ranked in Chambers Global as a ‘Foreign Expert Based in UK’ for his Chinese dispute resolution, arbitration expertise, and as a ‘Foreign Expert for China’ for UK dispute resolution.