Natalie Todd will be presenting at the opening plenary session of the 12th annual ABA/RAA conference on the resolution of CIS-related disputes on Wednesday 16 September at 12.50pm London time. She will be presenting on the UK court decisions in Enka İnşaat ve Sanayi AŞ v OOO Insurance Co. Chubb, Chubb Russia Investments, et al, setting out the criteria for determining the proper law governing an arbitration agreement. See the full itinerary online.
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Burford Capital and PCB Litigation announce innovative portfolio financing and equity transaction. To read the full announcement, click here.
Natalie Todd and Anastasia Tropsha’s analysis of a recent case concerning unfair prejudice petitions and injunctive relief was published by Lexis®PSL on 29 January 2020. A copy can be found here
Jon Felce and Natalie Todd edited the England and Wales chapter of ‘Enforcement of Foreign Judgements’, published by Kluwer Law International: https://www.kluwerlawonline.com/toc.php?area=Looseleafs&mode=bypub&level=4&values=Looseleafs~~Enforcement+of+Foreign+Judgements
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 cross-border commercial litigation and fraud and asset recovery disputes, and is a welcome addition to PCB Litigation’s industry-leading partners.
PCB Litigation’s Senior Partner, Steven Philippsohn, said: “We are delighted that Jon has accepted our invitation to join the Partnership. Jon`s outstanding ability has already made him a “go to” lawyer in the complex litigation area in which we practice.”
Jon Felce commented: “I am extremely pleased to be joining the partnership at PCB Litigation. Given the firm’s fantastic reputation, this is a real honour and I look forward to continuing to contribute to the success of the practice.”
Anthony Riem has been selected as one of the five most highly regarded individuals in Europe in Asset Recovery in the Whos Who 2016 Asset Recovery Analysis released today. It provided the following analysis of PCB:
London-based fraud boutique PCB Litigation is a “prominent firm in the UK market”. Founding partner Steven Philippsohn is renowned for being “a true visionary in the field” whose “strategic acumen and long-standing experience” has seen his small firm compete with the likes of the international heavyweights. The highly regarded Anthony Riem is also singled out as a “stellar practitioner” who “navigates complex structures and transactions with ease”. Clients were effusive in their praise of Riem, describing him as a “wonderful operator with particular expertise dealing with, and against, offshore firms”. Additionally, peers and clients alike commend Trevor Mascarenhas for his “intelligent handling of complex cases”. One source described him as a “formidable opponent” who is “rigorous, insightful and full of conviction”. See here
PCB Litigation has been instructed by a major international company on a worldwide fraud investigation
PCB have been retained to pursue a $ billion claim in 7 jurisdictions
PCB Litigation successfully resisted an application to set aside a default judgment: see transcript of judgment of Master Matthews.
PCB Litigation has been instructed in arbitration proceedings arising from a dispute between shareholders of a Cypriot company, involving numerous allegations of wrongdoing against the majority shareholders.
One of PCB Litigation’s cases has been named by The Lawyer as one of the top cases of 2014. The Lawyer reports that this “is expected to be one of the largest claims in the Commercial Court in 2014”. PCB acts for the principal defendant to a claim in the region of US$1 billion involving numerous allegations of wrongdoing, as well as findings already made by the Court that the Claimants provided dishonest evidence, which led to the discharge of injunctive relief.