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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.

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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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12 Jul 2021

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Notice provisions: how much detail is reasonable detail? (Dodika v United Luck Group)

The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in Dodika Ltd & Ors v United Luck Group Holdings Ltd [2021] EWCA Civ 638, overturning the High Court's decision that n..

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02 Jul 2021

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Give back the money I sent you – I have made a mistake!

In most cases, if you have paid out monies by mistake and the recipient has been “unjustly enriched”, you can get your money back.

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01 Jul 2021

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Muller, cornered: the fraud and “Muller” exceptions to the without prejudice rule (Berkeley Square v Lancer)

The Court of Appeal confirmed that defendants could rely on without prejudice statements made in a mediation position paper in order to rebut fraud allegations: Berkel..

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08 Jun 2021

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Secret commissions: no fiduciary duty required to find liability (Wood v Commercial First)

The Court of Appeal has ruled it is not necessary to find a fiduciary duty to grant civil remedies for the payment or receipt of a bribe or secret commission.

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01 Jun 2021

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Contractual damages and exclusion clauses: you get what you bargained for (CIS v IBM)

Where a party terminates a contract for repudiatory breach, a damages award should place it in the position it would have been in had the contract been properly perfor..

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14 May 2021

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Unpacking the EU Sanctions Blocking Regulation: Bank Melli v Telekom Deutschland

This week saw the first commentary from a member of the EU's highest Court on the EU Blocking Regulation since it was brought into renewed focus following the US withd..

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27 Apr 2021

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Facing up to responsibility: Parent liability for overseas subsidiary actions in the English courts

In this article we focus on four key takeaway points from the decision and consider the question – is it now easier to sue a UK parent in the English courts for the ac..

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20 Apr 2021

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Asymmetric jurisdiction clauses & the Hague Choice of Court Convention: time to shape up? (Etihad Airways v Flöther)

The 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements (the “Convention”) has been thrown into the spotlight recently. Following Brexit, the Brussels Recast Regulatio..

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12 Apr 2021

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The winner takes it all (the loser’s ts and cs were too small): Green v Petfre (Gibraltar) Limited t/a Betfred [2021] EWHC 842 (QB)

Just after midnight in 2018, Mr Green played an online game called “Frankie Dettori’s Magic Seven Blackjack”.

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09 Apr 2021

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Give credit where credit’s due: settlement agreements and the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (CFL Finance v Laser Trust & Gertner)

The Court of Appeal in CFL Finance Limited v Laser Trust & Gertner [2021] EWCA Civ 228 has ruled that a settlement agreement providing for an undisputed debt to be pa..

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