Henderson Chambers has a leading reputation in Commercial litigation and Arbitration, both in this jurisdiction and in large scale international disputes. Our Commercial silks and juniors are known for their strategic approach, business sector acumen and excellence in trial advocacy. Many are ranked as leading practitioners in the field by the legal directories.
Clients come to Henderson Chambers for representation in the full range of disputes in the Commercial Court, Chancery Division, TCC, Mercantile and other courts and those referred to arbitration. Our members are instructed in proceedings offshore and routinely represent overseas clients in disputes in this jurisdiction.
Members of Henderson Chambers are known for bringing particular sector expertise to the handling of complex commercial claims. In recent years they have been instructed in heavyweight and high profile cases involving life sciences, oil and gas, banking and financial services, automotive, IT and telecoms, transportation, and in the design, manufacture and supply of products.
- Complex contractual disputes
- Group actions and multi-party litigation
- Multi-jurisdictional litigation, conflicts of laws and private international law
- Civil fraud, asset tracing and enforcement
- Complex claims involving conspiracies and other economic torts
- Commercial Chancery disputes, including shareholder, partnership and joint venture disputes and fiduciary liability
- Sale of goods and chains of supply
- Disputes arising from corporate acquisitions and reorganizations
- Injunctive relief, including worldwide freezing orders, orders for the seizure of assets or compelling disclosure, and relief supporting foreign proceedings
Representative casesgrid list
Bates & Ors v Post Office Ltd
More than 500 current and former postmasters are taking on the Post Office over alleged failures in the electronic point of sales (EPS) and accounting system. The claimants say that this caused false figures to appear in monthly accounts and trigger false losses, which came directly out of employees’ pockets.
The sub-postmasters allege that the failures are so great that they have caused a number of employees to lose their jobs and face prosecution for theft and false accounting.
The group is pursuing the Post Office for around £120m over claims including breach of contract, deceit, negligent mis-statement, economic duress, harassment and malicious prosecution. The claims have already been subject to parliamentary scrutiny.
Google Data Breach Class Action
A representative action on behalf of approximately 5.4 million iPhone users issued against Google November 2017.
Charles Gibson QC
Call: 1984 Silk: 2001
Richard Mawrey QC
Call: 1964 Silk: 1986
Peter Susman QC
Call: 1966 Silk: 1997
Lawrence West QC
Call: 1979 Silk: 2003
Prashant Popat QC
Call: 1992 Silk: 2008
Patrick Green QC
Call: 1990 Silk: 2012
Geraint Webb QC
Call: 1995 Silk: 2013
Oliver Campbell QC
Call: 1992 Silk: 2014
Malcolm Sheehan QC
Call: 1993 Silk: 2015
Toby Riley-Smith QC
Call: 1995 Silk: 2016
Andrew Kinnier QC
Call: 1996 Silk: 2018
Henry Warwick QC
Call: 2007 (Solicitor: 2000) Silk: 2020
Call: 2007 (Solicitor: 2005)
Call: 2009 (Solicitor: 1977-2009)
Call: 2010 (Solicitor: 2008)