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Harriet Campbell Senior knowledge lawyer

Contact details

Harriet Campbell

Harriet Campbell
Senior knowledge lawyer

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

Harriet is a senior knowledge 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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30 Nov 2022

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The scope of the rule against reflective loss is sufficiently certain for it to be determined on summary judgment.

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30 Nov 2022

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10 Nov 2022

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08 Nov 2022

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08 Nov 2022

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27 Oct 2022

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Third party disclosure and service out of the jurisdiction: Gorbachev v Guriev

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27 Oct 2022

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Moving money: Bitar v Bank of Beirut and Manoukian v SGBL

In Bitar v Bank of Beirut S.A.L [2022] EWHC 2163 (QB), the High Court ordered the Bank of Beirut to effect an international transfer to its customer, Mr Bitar.

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18 Oct 2022

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Pilot to permanent: what are the current rules on disclosure under PD57AD?

Nearly four years after it was first introduced, the Disclosure Pilot Scheme (formerly Practice Direction 51U, the Pilot) has been permanently incorporated into the Ci..

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14 Jul 2022

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Court of Appeal gives go ahead for Fundão Dam class action (Municipio de Mariana v BHP Group)

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07 Jul 2022

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21 Jun 2022

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13 Jun 2022

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Requests for disclosure from foreign courts: a question of compliance

In Sakab Saudi Holding Co v Al Jabri & Ors, Re: HSBC & Ors [2021] EWHC 3390 (QB), the High Court acceded to a letter of request from a Canadian court requesting the pr..

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07 Jun 2022

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06 Jun 2022

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The meaning of a "person discharging managerial responsibilities" in securities fraud litigation

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26 May 2022

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A bank's duty of (Quince)care stops with its customer: RBS v JP SPC 4

In its recent judgment on the scope of the Quincecare duty, the Court of Appeal held that it was not limited to situations where the bank is instructed by its customer..

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24 May 2022

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Revoking permission for expert evidence: Andrews v Kronospan

Expert evidence is key in providing the court with valuable insight in cases that involve technical or specialist knowledge.

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