Tim Horlock QC
Tim Horlock QC is a specialist in catastrophic injury cases and in regulatory work. He has appeared in Chambers and Partners for the last few years in the highest category of practitioners in both specialisms. Tim is a member of several panels for Defendants in catastrophic cases including the...
Hywel Jenkins's specialty is advocacy - this he practises in the areas of Personal Injury, Disciplinary & Regulatory, where he has extensive experience in Health & Safety at work cases and also VAT cases.
Simon Burrows specialises in cases arising out of the Mental Health Act and Court of Protection, and is recognised as a leader in his field. He has regularly appeared in some of the most significant cases in these areas including: The leading case on deprivation of liberty in a social care...
From a Caribbean base, Tim Prudhoe practises largely in that region and where he is admitted to practise - and is active - in many jurisdictions (Anguilla, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Grenada, Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands). In...
David Pope has practised as a commercial barrister in London for over 20 years, both at the independent Bar and at Dentons, the international law firm. He is a specialist in banking and finance disputes. David was a full-time member of Outer Temple Chambers until October 2017. He is now a Senior...
Keira Gore is a Senior Associate within the Dispute Resolution Department of Appleby, Isle of Man. Prior to relocating to the Isle of Man, Keira practised at the Bar as a tenant at Outer Temple Chambers for over eight years. She is a specialist in employment and discrimination law. She has...
Jonathan Moffatt is an associate at Mourant Ozannes, Cayman Islands. He currently acts for Primeo Fund (in Official Liquidation), a Madoff feeder fund, in its claim against the HSBC group entities which acted as its administrator and custodian. He also advises on a variety of insolvency –...
Percival (Percy) Billimoria, started his legal career with Arthur Andersen in 1987 and is also qualified as a Chartered Accountant. He is known for his extensive experience as an arguing counsel in adversarial matters (litigation and arbitration) concerning international companies and investors...
David Kirk has practised as a barrister and solicitor for both prosecution and defence, specialising in economic crime since the early 1980's. After prosecuting fraud cases for the Director of Public Prosecutions, and advising the Law Officers on criminal matters, including the Criminal Justice Act...