Meet our talented litigation solicitors, associates and barristers team members that can help solve any of your cases.
Meet the team
Rowan is an experienced civil and commercial barrister. Rowan is instructed in large and complex commercial and civil cases including insolvency, insurance, development and construction, civil fraud and trusts.
Legal 500 describes him as a “First-rate barrister” with a “brilliant and versatile legal mind and a real passion for his cases”.
Recent cases include acting for a state entity in a multi-million-pound development / investment arbitration under the LCIA rules, a £25m civil fraud / breach of trust case in the High Court, and acting for the directors in defence of a £40m liquidator’s claim for breach of fiduciary duty, financial assistance and breach of trust. He is regularly instructed by leading lights in the business, technology and investment community.
He has significant experience in the cryptocurrency / DLT field along with the gaming and gambling sectors.
Edward is solicitor-advocate with many years of experience in civil and commercial practice. After originally training as a barrister (year of call – 2005), Edward was admitted as a solicitor in 2008.
His experience as a commercial litigator spans all of our main practice areas, with particular emphasis on financial services, high value commercial contracts disputes, arbitration, trusts and chancery and cross-border work.
Edward has substantial insight in banking and finance, having previously worked for a major international bank.
Edward has conducted numerous high value and complex commercial litigation and international arbitrations, including before the LCIA, ICC and LCA. He has experience of European work, as well as cases from Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. He is a great addition to our solicitors and barristers team
Practice Head, Barrister
Daniel Feetham KC
Daniel is a senior and highly experienced barrister, having practised for over 27 years. Daniel qualified in the UK in 1994, establishing a very successful civil and commercial practise. Daniel then dual qualified and began practising in Gibraltar too – before becoming a Partner at the largest law firm on the Rock. In 2016 Daniel was awarded the title of Queens Counsel (Gibraltar).
Leading our solicitors and barristers team Daniel has been engaged in some of the most challenging, high profile and cutting-edge commercial, insolvency, financial services and EU law cases to come before the courts.
His ongoing case load includes complex financial investigations work, banking disputes, jurisdiction challenges and cross-border recognition and enforcement.
He also has a very well-established insolvency practice. Contact him on 0204 5384215 , alternative contact him via LinkedIn.
He has a fantastic intellect
– notes one interviewee
He is extremely bright and comes up with out-of-the-box ideas.
– Chambers Global, 2022
His submissions were recently described by Sir Maurice Kay, President of the Court, in an appeal concerning the powers of an administrator of a protected cell (Joanne Wild v. Stephen Knight (31 May 2022)) as “impressive”.
With a career spanning both in-house and private practice, Alexandra has a varied legal background. She specialises in commercial and civil work, with a particular interest in areas such as cryptocurrency, civil fraud, and insurance.
In her most recent role, Alexandra served as an integral part of the legal team at a prestigious luxury goods conglomerate, contributing her legal acumen to the company’s commercial division.
In addition to her commercial law background, Alexandra also possesses valuable experience in High Net Worth (HNW) and Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) Private Client work. This diverse background allows her to offer a well-rounded perspective on legal matters.
Alexandra is currently pursuing the Bar Practice Course, deepening her commitment to advancing her legal expertise and aiming to become a barrister in the near future.
Rachel specialises in fraud litigation, white collar crime and associated civil proceedings. Having trained in a criminal litigation firm in London, she represented those facing criminal allegations in the Police Station and Magistrates Court, and complex and serious criminal allegations in the Crown Court. She also has experience in investigations based on dawn raids.
Rachel also spent some time working for the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) on a document review exercise relating to a fraud investigation worth around £250 million involving a multi-national security firm.
Prior to qualifying, Rachel spent four years in the white-collar crime team in a leading US firm, working on a number of high-profile investigations conducted by the SFO, FCA, PRA and FRC.
More recently, with a developing practice in representing clients who are subject to Financial Sanctions, and related Account Freezing Orders, Rachel has experience in challenging governmental decisions in respect of the same.
Rachel is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association.