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  • October 8, 2018

    For the second year in a row, Steven Philippsohn and Trevor Mascarenhas have been recommended for litigation by Who’s Who Legal, out of only 35 English solicitors selected. The directory said: “PCB Litigation’s Trevor Mascarenhas is a distinguished name in the English litigation market who sources give high praise to in our research this year. He ...

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  • September 19, 2018

    Steven Philippsohn, Anthony Riem and Trevor Mascarenhas were listed as Thought Leaders by Who’s Who Legal Asset Recovery 2018 for EMEA (Onshore Jurisdictions), with Steven and Anthony in the top three for the region and the top two for London. Nick Ractliff was also recommended, whilst PCB Litigation itself was described as “exceptional”.

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  • August 30, 2018

    Jon Felce’s analysis of a recent case concerning extending time for service of claims was published by Lexis®PSL on 3 August 2018. A copy can be found here.

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  • July 23, 2018
    English Court extends ambit of claims for transactions defrauding creditors

    The recent decision of the English Court of Appeal in Orexim Trading Limited v Mahavir Port and Terminal Private Limited has confirmed the existence of another tool in the fight against fraudsters, enabling victims of fraud and insolvency practitioners alike to pursue overseas targets who have been involved in transactions entered into at an undervalue ...

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  • October 23, 2017
    PCB Litigation obtains maximum prison sentence against contemnor defendant

    On 19 October 2017, and following a string of prior successes for the Bank of Moscow (see http://www.pcblitigation.com/media/cracking-down-on-defendants-further-ground-breaking-orders-obtained-by-pcb-litigation/ and http://www.pcblitigation.com/media/no-place-safe-to-hide-for-russian-debtors/), PCB Litigation has obtained a rare maximum two-year prison sentence against Russian judgment debtor Andrey Chernyakov. The sentence was handed down for several contempts of Court by Mr Chernyakov arising out of breaches ...

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  • October 16, 2017
    Double success for PCB Litigation

    PCB Litigation is delighted to share with you a double success achieved last week. Not only has PCB Litigation continued to be highly ranked in Legal 500 – including in Tier 1 for civil fraud work – with all five partners being recommended, but we have been shortlisted for Specialist Law Firm of the Year ...

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  • June 1, 2017
    Partnership Appointment

    PCB Litigation is delighted to announce that Jon Felce has joined the partnership on 1 June. Since joining the team in 2014 from a leading international firm, Jon has obtained a number of extremely successful results for his clients including a series of ground-breaking orders. Jon has significant experience in complex, high value domestic and ...

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  • November 7, 2016
    Choosing the right specialist fraud lawyer to avoid pursuing a claim with no merit

    The recent judgment of Mr Justice Mann, sitting in the Chancery Division in the case of Mortgage Agency Services Number One Limited v Cripps Harries LLP EWHC 2482, highlights the importance of instructing specialist lawyers such as PCB Litigation, who understand the components of - and know what is required to claim and establish ...

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  • October 19, 2016
    Marathon man forfeits profit share

    Whilst there are circumstances in which a fiduciary can lose its right to remuneration, a recent case has considered whether that principle extends to the profit share of a partner in a partnership or as a member of a LLP. In Hosking v Marathon Asset Management LLP, an arbitrator had held that a partner was liable ...

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