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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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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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06 Apr 2021

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Adjudicator’s decision enforced under the Construction Act and the Hague Choice of Court Convention 2005

In Motacus Constructions Limited v Paolo Castelli SPA, HHJ Hodge QC gave summary judgment to enforce an adjudicator’s decision pursuant to the Construction Act, despit..

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16 Mar 2021

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Disputes about dispute resolution clauses: keep it simple AdActive Media v Ingrouille

The Court of Appeal has ruled that an $11 million Californian judgment cannot be enforced in England because the judgment was obtained in breach of a dispute resolutio..

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15 Mar 2021

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Minimising mistakes: the Supreme Court restricts limitation period for mistake of law claims

The Supreme Court has provided a comprehensive judgment relating to s.32(1)(c) of the Limitation Act 1980

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11 Mar 2021

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The Quincecare duty: what do banks need to know?

In a recent series of cases, the courts have considered the scope of the so-called Quincecare duty – or, in other words, the duty not to follow a customer’s instructio..

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09 Mar 2021

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Inducing a subsidiary’s breach of contract: a look at the merits (Kawasaki v Kemball)

The fact that a breach of contract is the inevitable consequence of a parent company’s actions does not of itself give rise to the tort of inducing a breach of contrac..

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08 Mar 2021

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No harm, no foul – liquidated damages clause upheld by the Commercial Court (De Havilland v Spicejet)

Sir Michael Burton GBE handed down the court’s decision in De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited v SpiceJet Limited [2021] EWHC 362 (Comm) on 23 February 2021, award..

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25 Feb 2021

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Misrepresentation requires ‘active appreciation’—assumption is not enough (Leeds City Council and others v Barclays)

The court has struck out fraudulent misrepresentation claims brought by Leeds City Council and others against Barclays in connection with the ‘LIBOR rigging affair of ..

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16 Feb 2021

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Knowing receipt: not what you know but what you receive

The High Court's recent judgment in Byers and others v Samba Financial Group [2021] EWHC 60 (Ch) addresses an important question in the law of knowing receipt.

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08 Feb 2021

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Worldwide freezing orders and third parties: practical steps for claimants and third parties

Worldwide freezing orders (“WFOs”) are a crucial tool in the fight against fraud, as fraudsters will often move assets across multiple jurisdictions.

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