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Outer Temple Chambers’ team of specialist barristers act in all aspects of company and partnership law. We are instructed in both contentious and transactional corporate matters, and in both the UK and internationally. Our clients range from multinational corporations and SMEs, to directors and shareholders.
Our members are consulted as truly “trusted” advisers in delicate company and partnership disputes, with clients recognising the need not just for intellectual creativity but also commerciality and sound strategic judgment in often sensitive situations. Our members’ international perspectives and diverse range of backgrounds and expertise have enabled them to fulfil that “trusted” adviser role on numerous occasions and for many clients around the globe.
Our work includes matters relating to:
Some examples of our recent company and partnership law work includes:
The team includes members of COMBAR (Commercial Bar Association), Chancery Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Law Council of Australia, London Common Law & Commercial Bar Association. The Head of Chambers’ Business Department, Andrew Spink QC is immediate past Chair of COMBAR and a Deputy High Court Judge sitting in the Queen’s Bench and Chancery Divisions.
The team boasts a number of members ranked in both Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. More details can be found on our member profile pages.
Outer Temple Chambers is a global set and the commercial team has vast experience of international litigation, with associate members based around the world. Our services include advisory work, advocacy and representation in courts and tribunals around the world. We also offer international mediation, arbitration, and early neutral evaluation (ENE) where we provide an impartial assessment of the merits of your case before legal proceedings.
Various members are qualified to practice in other jurisdictions including USA, Ireland, Middle East and Australia.