Gregory Mitchell QC

Biography

Gregory Mitchell specialises in commercial litigation, arbitration and advisory work. He has been instructed in substantial domestic and international disputes by a wide range of clients including banks, insurance companies, property companies, insolvency practitioners, foreign lawyers, private individuals, foreign states and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. He has acted in numerous cases from commencement to trial, on appeal, and has been involved as Counsel in many mediations and arbitrations.

Gregory Mitchell's core areas are: corporate insolvency, shareholder and corporate governance agreements, banking, structured finance and derivatives, asset tracing, solicitor's negligence in commercial transactions, civil fraud, asset and share sale agreements, breach of confidence, enforcement of judgments and State Immunity. He also advises on the drafting and structure of transactions in particular financial instruments, asset and share sale agreements, shareholder agreements and has given expert evidence on English law.

Year Qualified

1979

Year appointed QC

1997

Education

BA (Hons)
PhD (London)

Memberships

Vice Chairman of London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association