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Harriet Campbell Senior knowledge development lawyer

Contact details

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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21 Jun 2022

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Contractual termination: Avoiding problems

The recent High Court claim of Lombard North Central Plc v European Skyjets Ltd [2022] EWHC 728 (QB) provides some important reminders on what may (and may not) be req..

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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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Losing the keys to the (bitcoin) kingdom: Tulip Trading v Bitcoin

In Tulip Trading Ltd v Bitcoin, Falk J considered whether developers involved with the development and custodianship of the software underlying digital assets ("Develo..

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06 Jun 2022

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

We look at Allianz Global Investors GmbH & Ors ("Various Investors") v G4S Ltd ("G4S").

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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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26 Apr 2022

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The Quincecare duty: when shouldn’t you follow instructions?

In this sponsored briefing originally published in the 'Disputes Yearbook 2022' for Legal Business, we consider the current scope of the Quincecare duty and some of th..

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20 Apr 2022

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Wasted expenditure is not the same as loss of profit: Soteria (formerly CIS) v IBM

In Soteria Insurance Ltd v IBM United Kingdom Ltd, the Court of Appeal has clarified the approach to interpreting exclusion clauses.

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19 Apr 2022

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No privilege for fishing expeditions: Kyla Shipping v Freight Trading Ltd

The decision of Charles Hollander QC (sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court) in Kyla Shipping v Freight Trading Ltd & Others, provides a useful illustration of t..

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30 Mar 2022

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Philipp v Barclays: the careful calibration of the Quincecare duty

The scope of the Quincecare duty has been under the spotlight recently.

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30 Mar 2022

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Court's permission not required to add claimants before service of proceedings (Rawet v Daimler)

In Rawet and others v Daimler AG and others [1] the Divisional Court has clarified when claimants can be added to claim forms where proceedings have been issued but no..

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14 Mar 2022

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ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes Magazine Issue 4 - International Cross-Border Disputes

Members of Stephenson Harwood's dispute resolution team have contributed in the 4th issue of Disputes Magazine 'International Cross-Border Disputes'.

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23 Feb 2022

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The English courts' approach to foreign law: Cassini v Emerald Pasture and Byers v Saudi National Bank

Most disputes before the English courts are based on English law. Increasingly, however, courts are resolving disputes governed by foreign law.

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16 Feb 2022

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Choice of law in consumer banking contracts: Bilal Khalifeh v Blom Bank SAL

In Khalifeh v Blom Bank SAL Foxton J considered the principles that determine the applicable law of consumer contracts where there is no express choice of law clause.

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09 Feb 2022

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Limitation on summary determination: Libyan Investment Authority v Credit Suisse & Ors

In Libyan Investment Authority ("LIA") v Credit Suisse International ("Credit Suisse") & Ors the court considered the scope of s32 of the Limitation Act 1980 (the "Act..

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08 Feb 2022

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

Following Advocate General Hogan's opinion in Bank Melli Iran v Telekom Deutschland GmBH, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has now given judgment.

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