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Harriet Campbell Professional support lawyer

Contact details

Harriet Campbell

Harriet Campbell
Professional support lawyer

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

Harriet is a professional support lawyer within the financial litigation and fraud and asset recovery teams. Harriet has significant experience in a broad range of complex commercial litigation and was a recommended lawyer in the Legal 500. She now uses that knowledge to provide critical analysis and insights for the teams she supports.
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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.

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25 Jun 2020

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Finance litigation update – June 2020

Welcome to the latest finance litigation update, in which we summarise some of the most significant cases and other developments relevant to banks and other financial ..

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21 May 2020

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Enforcement disputes: a case study

Our first article in this series summarised a recent English judgment in the long-running dispute between the Republic of Kazakhstan, the National Bank of Kazakhstan a..

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04 May 2020

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Advising on alternatives to LIBOR: the risks in going risk-free

LIBOR will cease to be published (or at least LIBOR panel banks will no longer be compelled to submit quotes) in December 2021.

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01 May 2020

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Stop it, whoever you are: injunctions against persons unknown

In recent years there has been a growing trend for injunctions against unnamed defendants or “persons unknown”.

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30 Apr 2020

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Enforcement in the asset management context: what is the relevant asset and who does it belong to?

The Commercial Court in London has recently given judgment in the latest instalment of a long-running dispute concerning the Republic of Kazakhstan, the National Bank ..

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23 Apr 2020

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When is talking to your lawyer not a privilege? CAA v Jet2 and RBI v ACE & Ashurst

The answer (in 1881) was: “This subject is always a difficult one” Quoting from that judgment in 2020, the Court of Appeal observed: “the subject has not become any mo..

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14 Apr 2020

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Notice Clauses in Finance Contracts: Alfred Street v NAMA & Ors

In a recent decision, the Commercial Court has provided guidance on the interpretation of the ISDA Master Agreement and 2000 Definitions.

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26 Mar 2020

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Contracts and COVID-19: 10 Top tips

Nobody knows what will happen over the coming months. But decisions on complying with contractual obligations need to be taken now nonetheless. We highlight key issues..

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03 Mar 2020

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Implied terms, relational contracts and good faith: Taqa Bratani & Ors v Rockrose

When and why will the courts imply a term into a contract? This vexed question was recently considered by the courts in Taqa Bratani & Ors v Rockrose UKCS8 LLC [2020] ..

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06 Feb 2020

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Brexit snapshot - Brexit and dispute resolution issues

The EU Withdrawal Act 2018, as amended by the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020, (the “Act”) repealed the European Communities Act 1972 (the “ECA”) on Exi..

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11 Dec 2019

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A Bank’s Duty of (Quince)care: Federal Republic of Nigeria v JP Morgan Chase

In what looks likely to be a long-running and high profile legal battle, with enormous sums of public money at stake, the Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of th..

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19 Nov 2019

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Dispensing with Service: what makes your case exceptional? – Lonestar v Kaye

The Court may dispense with service of a claim form in exceptional circumstances (CPR 6.16(1)).

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28 Oct 2019

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Contracts, certainty and implied terms for business efficacy

This Supreme Court decision concerned the enforceability of an agreement between an estate agent and a vendor.

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28 Oct 2019

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Exemption / exclusion clauses: No penalty if you have a legitimate interest in your default interest rate

In one of the first cases to apply Cavendish Square v Makdessi [2015] UKSC 67, the Supreme Court's seminal decision on penalty clauses, the Commercial Court has held t..

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28 Oct 2019

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Exercises of contractual discretion

In this case, Abbeygate (a developer) appealed a decision of the High Court awarding Gaia damages of £1.4 million.

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28 Oct 2019

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Contracts, third parties and the right to redress

In this Court of Appeal case, the Appellants succeeded in bringing a claim under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 (the “Act”), even though they were ne..

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