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Harriet Campbell Senior knowledge lawyer

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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.

Latest news & insights

11 Sep 2023

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Getting through the new contract gateways in CPR 6.33(2B): Pantheon International Advisors v Co-Diagnostics

In a rare judgment on this complex topic, the court has clarified the operation of the post-Brexit gateways for service out of the jurisdiction without permission unde..

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02 Aug 2023

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Good faith v contractual discretion: context is king (Sibner v Jarvis Capital)

A lender has successfully appealed a decision to set aside statutory demands made against two guarantors, following the borrower's default.

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26 Jul 2023

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ESG and directors' duties - where are we now? ClientEarth v Shell

In ClientEarth v Shell Plc & Ors (Re Prima Facie Case) [2023] EWHC 1137 (Ch), the High Court rejected ClientEarth's application for permission to bring a derivative cl..

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13 Jul 2023

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Quincecare duty is flawed and based on a mistaken premise - Philipp v Barclays

The Supreme Court has ruled, unanimously, that the Quincecare duty does not apply where a customer has authorised its bank to make a payment. Banks are under no duty t..

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11 Jul 2023

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Knowing when you've novated: Musst Holdings v Astra Asset Management

In Musst Holdings Ltd v Astra Asset Management UK Ltd [2023] EWCA Civ 128, the Court of Appeal provided helpful guidance on when a contract will be deemed to have been..

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11 Jul 2023

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Banks, be on inquiry - Quincecare is coming!

The Supreme Court's judgment on the scope of the Quincecare duty in Philipp v Barclays Bank UK Plc is expected imminently.

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17 May 2023

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Class wars: time to legislate for hurt feelings? (Damages for data breach - Austrian Post)

In Österreichische Post AG Case C-300/21 (the Austrian Post), the CJEU has removed one of the blockers to mass data breach claims in the EU.

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24 Apr 2023

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Section 32 of the Limitation Act: multiple lies, multiple limitation periods? (Seedo v El Gamal)

In Seedo v Gamal and others [2023] EWCA Civ 330, the Court of Appeal clarified the way in which s32(1)(a) Limitation Act 1980 applies to claims based on fraud.

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16 Mar 2023

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Excluding expert evidence - a question for trial? (Fawcett v TUI)

In Fawcett & Ors v TUI UK Ltd, the High Court rejected an application to exclude expert evidence, holding that challenges to the expert's expertise and impartiality we..

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10 Mar 2023

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Releasing all claims means… releasing all claims (Maranello Rosso v Lohomij BV)

In Maranello Rosso v Lohomij BV & others1 the Court of Appeal confirmed that express words are not needed to release unknown claims of fraud or dishonesty. This judgme..

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09 Mar 2023

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The 'same interest' test for representative claims – a more flexible approach? (Commission Recovery Ltd v Marks & Clerk LLP)

In Commission Recovery Ltd v Marks & Clerk LLP & Anor [2023] EWHC 398 (Comm), the High Court ruled that a claim for secret commission could proceed as an 'opt-out' rep..

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16 Feb 2023

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When can you terminate a contract for failing to obtain 'confirmed financing'? (Havila v Abarca)

The High Court judgment in Havila Kystruten AS v Abarca Companhia De Seguros, SA [2022] EWHC 3196 (Comm) shows how complex contractual termination claims can be, parti..

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31 Jan 2023

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Is relief from liability a loss? (and other Quincecare questions): Stanford v HSBC

In Stanford International Bank Ltd v HSBC Bank PLC [2022] UKSC 34, the Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeal's decision striking out almost all of Stanford's claim ..

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05 Jan 2023

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Tick-box jurisdiction clause good enough for anti-suit relief

In Ebury Partners Belgium SA/NV v (1) Technical Touch BV & (2) Jan Berthels [2022] EWHC 2927 (Comm), the Commercial Court granted an anti-suit injunction ("ASI") restr..

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30 Nov 2022

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Court of Appeal confirms reflective loss can't be recovered (Burnford v AA)

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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Timing for e-filing: midnight or 4.30pm? (Microsoft Ireland v JJH Enterprises)

In Microsoft Ireland Operations Ltd and others v JJH Enterprises Ltd (trading as ValueLicensing) [2022] EWCA Civ 1509, the Court of Appeal has confirmed that an Appell..

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