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July 2019

Natalie Todd’s analysis of recent cases dealing with 1) uncontested claims in European Enforcement Orders (RD v SC) and 2) Anti-suit injunctions and Article 4(1) of the Brussels I (recast) (Gray v Hurley) were published by Lexis®PSL on 3 July 2019 and 26 July 2019. Copies can be found here & here

Rachel Turner’s analysis of a recent case dealing with issues of collateral use and forum conveniens in a conspiracy claim (ED&F Man v Come Harvest) was published by Lexis®PSL on 10 July 2019. A copy can be found here

PCB has been top-ranked by Chambers & Partners Litigation Support for Asset Tracing and Recovery, Global-wide.

PCB is described as “an outstanding boutique litigation firm with a great deal of expertise in cross-border asset tracing and recovery matters. Especially known for its innovative approach in dealing with cases stemming from Russia and the CIS nations, PCB has garnered a reputation for thriving on “slightly quirky, more challenging cross-jurisdictional cases.” The firm is a member of ICC FraudNet, utilising the network to great effect in managing global disputes.”

Market sources were quoted:

“They’re relentless and just don’t give up. They’re very innovative.”

“They are absolutely outstanding. They are the best for asset recovery, true specialists – a top-tier firm.”