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Jeremy Livingston

T: +44 20 7809 2086 M: +44 7825 528 217 Email Jeremy | Vcard Office: London

Jeremy Livingston Associate

Contact details

Jeremy Livingston

Jeremy Livingston
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2086 M: +44 7825 528 217 Email Jeremy | Vcard Office: London

An associate in the commercial litigation group with a particular focus on banking and financial services litigation, Jeremy has broad experience in the High Court and Court of Appeal, acting for clients including banks, corporates and high net worth individuals. Jeremy is also a member of the firm's India group.
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Jeremy has broad experience of interlocutory and post judgment applications including freezing injunctions, receivership orders and jurisdictional challenges.

Jeremy has acted in some of the most significant cases before the English Courts. He is presently acting for the defendants in the Deutsche Bank v Unitech Global Ltd litigation, the leading case on the arguability of LIBOR manipulation claims against banks. This was listed by The Lawyer as one of the top cases of 2014.

Jeremy is also acting for Unitech Limited and related companies, which are contesting enforcement of US $350 million LCIA arbitration awards.

Prior to joining the firm, Jeremy served as a Foreign Law Clerk to Ayala Procaccia, Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel.

  • Banking and financial services litigation
  • Commercial litigation

Deutsche Bank AG & Ors v Unitech Global Limited and Unitech Limited

Acting for the defendants in a US$170 million loan claim by Deutsche Bank and other syndicate banks, and an associated US$12 million swap claim. This is the leading case on the arguability of LIBOR manipulation claims against banks. This was listed by The Lawyer as one of the top cases of 2014.

LBI hf (formerly Landsbanki Islands hf) v Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich AG and Anor

Advising the defendants on damages claims in a sum of about €14.75 million brought by LBI hf in respect of alleged breaches of a global master repurchase agreement and a global master securities lending agreement.

SPL v Arch Financial Products LLP and Farrell

Acting for the claimant investment funds in pursuing a claim for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty against their former investment manager which was entrusted with the management of assets in excess of US$150 million.

More: Banking and financial services litigation

Cruz City 1 Mauritius Holdings v Unitech Limited & Ors

Acting for Unitech Limited and related companies, which are contesting enforcement of LCIA arbitral awards totalling US$350 million arising from shareholders’ agreements, in a series of applications by the judgment creditor for a worldwide freezing order and subsequent appointment of receivers by way of equitable execution.

January Investments Limited v Habib Bank AG Zurich

Acting for the claimant in a breach of mandate claim for US$13,793,102 (plus interest) in the Commercial Court.

Euro-Asian Oil SA v Credit Suisse AG

Acting for a major oil trader pursuing contract and fraud claims in the Commercial Court valued in excess of US$18 million.

More: Commercial litigation

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20 Mar 2017

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Commercial Court delivers judgment on close-out valuations

The English High Court (Knowles J) has today ruled on issues arising out of a close-out under the Global Master Repurchase Agreement (2000 version) and the Global Mast..

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22 Nov 2016

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ISDA Master Agreements - a brief update webcast

In this webcast, we review two recent cases in which the English courts have considered the termination and close-out provisions of ISDA Master Agreements.

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