November 2012Nov 2012
PCB Litigation is advising on multi million dollar fraud claims involving US, Caribbean and Asia. Read More
PCB top fraud lawyersNov 2012
Chambers and Partners published its 2013 UK rankings at the end of last week re-affirming PCB Litigation LLP's status as a leading niche fraud practice.
The Chambers guide ranks PCB for civil fraud either above or alongside all of the Magic Circle firms and commends "this outstanding fraud litigation boutique", which is "going from strength to strength" according to market sources, who see the firm consistently "punching well above its weight" when coming up against much larger outfits. (more…)Read More
October 2012Oct 2012
September 2012Sep 2012
PCB Litigation are advising in relation to a Middle East financial dispute where proceedings have been brought in several jurisdictions. Read More
August 2012Aug 2012
PCB Litigation are advising a prominent European Bank in relation to asset recovery arising out of guarantee defaults. Read More
July 2012Jul 2012
PCB Litigation have been retained by a Bank to recover assets held in Western Europe. Read More
June 2012Jun 2012
A prominent European commercial corporation has retained PCB Litigation to pursue claims against multi-jurisdictional assets. Read More
May 2012May 2012
April 2012Apr 2012
PCB Litigation is advising on a claim against a London bank in respect of unauthorised transactions.
PCB Litigation is advising on jurisdictional issues arising out of an alleged scheme to strip assets from an overseas company. Read More
March 2012Mar 2012
UK is best place for court hearingFeb 2012
According to Steven Philippsohn, Senior Partner of PCB Litigation, this country currently offers the best jurisdiction for court hearings and due to the UK's centenary tradition in case law, judges' impartiality and assurance of fair and independent processes.
In a recent interview with the Law Society Gazette, Steven welcomed the opening of the Rolls Building as the world's biggest commercial court. Law professionals believe that this new infrastructure will cement even further the UK's reputation as the key jurisdiction in which to bring commercial litigation.
'The former premises were run-down and not fit for purpose. If we are going to conduct major dispute cases here, the least we can do is offer clients decent facilities', said Steven Philippsohn. (more…)Read More