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Harriet Campbell Senior knowledge development lawyer

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Harriet Campbell

Harriet Campbell
Senior knowledge development lawyer

T: +44 20 7809 2517 M: +44 7522 230 126 Email Harriet | vCard Office: London

Harriet is a senior knowledge development lawyer within the corporate and commercial disputes team. Harriet supports and promotes the work of the firm's finance litigation and fraud and asset recovery teams, leading the internal training and knowledge programmes and contributing to a range of internal and external publications. 
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Harriet has experience in a broad range of complex commercial litigation and has been recognised as a Lexology Legal Influencer and featured expert in cross-border dispute resolution. She is also a member of the LexisPSL’s Case Analysis Expert Panel for Dispute Resolution.

Harriet focusses on knowledge management, training, research and supporting business development activities. She regularly contributes to articles and know-how for both external and internal clients.

Latest news & insights

01 Dec 2021

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Limitation in finance litigation: What would the reasonably diligent investor do?

Judgment has recently been given in two cases related to limitation in the context of alleged misconduct in the financial and foreign exchange markets.

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30 Nov 2021

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LIBOR transition: it's getting critical

From 31 December 2021, the Euro, Swiss Franc, Japanese Yen and Sterling LIBOR will no longer be published.

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29 Nov 2021

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Choice of jurisdiction in consumer contracts: Bitar v Banque Libano-Francaise and Dooley v Castle Trust

In Bitar v Banque Libano-Francaise Sal the Court considered the new post-Brexit provisions protecting consumers that replace the similar protection contained in the Re..

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22 Nov 2021

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Swaps litigation and the capacity to contract: Deutsche Bank v Busto Arsizio

​The Commercial Court has ruled that a swap transaction entered into between an Italian regional authority and Deutsche Bank is valid.

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11 Nov 2021

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Lloyd v Google: No damages without proof of damage

In Lloyd v Google LLC [2021] UKSC 50, the Supreme Court unanimously agreed that Mr Lloyd's claim against Google for breach of his (and those of 4 million other Apple i..

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11 Nov 2021

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Finance litigation podcast series 2021

Welcome to our 2021 finance litigation series of four short podcasts in which we take a bite-sized look at some of the key themes emerging in financial disputes over t..

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09 Nov 2021

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Limitation and the date of deception: European Real Estate Debt Fund v Treon & Ors

Claims for deceit and conspiracy in relation to the issue of loan notes totalling nearly £15 million would have been successful but were statute barred.

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19 Oct 2021

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Representing claimants: the rise of the class action

The number of class actions proceeding before the English courts is on the rise. From a series of recent decisions, the criteria by which collective action claims can ..

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04 Oct 2021

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Media coverage: PLC Magazine - Doctrine of duress clarified: lawful commercial pressure or economic duress?

Ben Sigler and Harriet Campbell discuss how the Supreme Court's judgment in Times Travel v Pakistan has clarified the scope of the doctrine of lawful act duress.

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28 Sep 2021

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Getting the Deal Through's edition of 'Asset Recovery' UK chapter by Ros Prince, Justin McClelland, Alan Ward and Harriet Campbell

Ros Prince, Justin McClelland and Alan Ward have written a chapter on asset recovery in the UK for Getting the Deal Through's 10th edition of 'Asset Recovery 2022'.

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14 Sep 2021

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The "Reflective Loss Rule" following the Supreme Court's decision in Marex: Primeo v Bank of Bermuda

In Primeo v Bank of Bermuda[1] The Privy Council has handed down an important decision concerning the reflective loss rule, which clarifies two points left open in the..

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23 Aug 2021

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No skirting service on sovereign states: General Dynamics v Libya

The Supreme Court recently handed down judgment in General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd v Libya, reversing the Court of Appeal's 2019 decision that would have paved the..

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16 Aug 2021

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Disclosure is the 'price' to pay for a 'hint' of expert shopping – Rogerson v Eco Top Heat & Power Limited

When a party wants to change its expert, the court can, and usually will, order disclosure of any previous expert's report as a condition of granting permission for th..

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12 Aug 2021

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Hurricane Energy restructuring refusal: an ill wind blowing for bondholders?

The High Court has, for the first time since the introduction of the legislation in June 2020, refused to sanction a cross-class cram-down restructuring plan under Par..

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11 Aug 2021

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Good faith and unfair prejudice: Faulkner v Vollin Holdings

Where a shareholders' agreement includes a requirement for all parties to act in good faith in their dealings with each other, in appropriate circumstances this may ma..

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13 Jul 2021

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Limitation in professional negligence: (Sciortino v Beaumont and Elliot v Hattens)

Professional negligence claims (whether based on contract or tort) are generally subject to a six year limitation period under the Limitation Act 1980.

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