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Helen Fitz-Hugh

T: +44 20 7809 2258 Email Helen | Vcard Office: London

Helen Fitz-Hugh Associate

Contact details

Helen Fitz-Hugh

Helen Fitz-Hugh
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2258 Email Helen | Vcard Office: London

Helen is an associate in the commercial litigation team who advises on a broad range of commercial disputes for banks, corporates and high net worth individuals.
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Helen has a particular focus on commercial litigation and banking litigation, although she also has experience of insolvency matters.

Helen's experience includes advising on high value multi-jurisdictional proceedings including shareholder and investment banking disputes. She also has experience of injunctions.

She has experience in both the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

  • Dispute resolution
  • Commercial litigation

Banking litigation

Advising on a complex banking dispute for a major UK bank.

Restructuring and insolvency

Advising a professional services firm on multiple claims arising out of insolvency proceedings in relation to a retail business.

Infringement of privacy

Advising on an interim non-disclosure order for a high net worth individual. 

More: Dispute resolution

Advisory

Advising a private equity fund in relation to their majority shareholding in a portfolio company including cross-border corporate governance and insolvency issues.

Shareholder dispute 

Advising on high value, multi-jurisdictional proceedings in relation to a high profile shareholder dispute.

More: Commercial litigation

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