International securities litigation round-up – January 2020
14 January 2020
Keith’s expertise is in banking and financial litigation, securities litigation, multi-jurisdictional and international disputes, fraud and asset recovery, private client and trust disputes.
Keith is described in The Legal 500 as showing a remarkable understanding of investment banking and recommended for commercial litigation.
Cases on which Keith has acted include the RBS Rights Issue Litigation where he advised 313 financial institutions on recovering their losses arising from RBS’s £12bn rights issue, the recovery from London institutions of monies for a US receiver of a collapsed hedge fund and a number of high profile Russian disputes being tried in London.
Keith has a master’s degree in electronic systems engineering. After requalifying as a lawyer he trained and practised at CMS Cameron McKenna before joining Stewarts as a partner in 2010.
Keith is a member of the International Bar Association and the London Solicitors Litigation Association.
Keith has spoken on international securities litigation at the last two annual conferences of the International Corporate Governance Network and co-authored the English chapter of the handbook of the National Association of Pension Plan Attorneys.
Keith takes any opportunity to be outside whether that is skiing, sailing, road cycling or mountain biking in the South Downs.