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Rebecca Garrick

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Rebecca Garrick Senior knowledge lawyer

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Rebecca Garrick

Rebecca Garrick
Senior knowledge lawyer

T: +44 20 7809 2548 Email Rebecca | vCard Office: London

Rebecca is a senior knowledge lawyer in the corporate and commercial disputes team.
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Rebecca is an experienced litigator and keeps the team up to date with the latest legal developments. She contributes to internal and external articles and client briefings, provides training to lawyers and supports business development activities.

Prior to becoming a knowledge lawyer, Rebecca trained and practised as a senior associate at Stephenson Harwood. Rebecca has experience of a broad range of major commercial disputes for international clients including sovereign states, banks, corporates and high net worth individuals.

  • Commercial litigation

Dispute between sovereign states

Acting for a sovereign state in a multi-million pound widely reported banking dispute before the High Court involving arguments of non-justiciability and multi-jurisdictional complexities.

Securities litigation 

Acting for a global asset manager in connection with litigation relating to a portfolio of RMBS and CMBS assets including securities fraud claims in New York. 

Solicitors' negligence

Acting on a claim against London solicitors for negligent advice and drafting of contracts in connection with transactions for the acquisition and subsequent disposal of a valuable asset.

Acting for a fund manager in connection with claims in professional negligence against a global law firm arising in relation to contractual documentation entered into as part of a restructuring of a large European bank.

More: Commercial litigation

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25 Oct 2022

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Inadvertent waiver of privilege and concerns over independence: Pickett v Balkind

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10 Oct 2022

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Witness statements under PD57AC

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18 May 2022

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Clarification that litigation privilege and legal advice privilege are not mutually exclusive: Loreley Financing v Credit Suisse

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12 May 2022

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Reliance on force majeure in the face of sanctions: MUR Shipping v RTI

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18 Mar 2022

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Key changes to UK sanctions regime - The Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022

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15 Mar 2022

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Knowing retention not knowing receipt?

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15 Nov 2021

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05 Nov 2021

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Draw attention to onerous clauses in standard terms and conditions to rely on them: Blu-Sky Solutions v Be Caring

The recent decision of HHJ Stephen Davies in Blu-Sky Solutions Ltd v Be Caring Ltd [2021] EWHC 2619 highlights the need to take care when attempting to incorporate pot..

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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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18 Nov 2019

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Singularis: Quincecare revisited

In a significant ruling regarding financial institutions’ duties of care to their customers, the Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed Daiwa’s appeal in Singularis H..

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