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7KBW’s Christopher Butcher QC has appeared for the appellants in Blue Holdings (1) Pte Ltd, Blue Holdings (2) Ltd v United States of America.
In Anglo Financial SA v Goldberg, Clive Freedman QC from 7KBW, instructed by Jack Rabinowicz of Teacher Stern, resisted an application to renew a freezing order.
At the Chambers and Partners Bar Awards dinner, which took place on 2 October 2014, 7KBW was awarded Insurance Set of the Year 2014.
As an alternative to an anti-suit injunction, the Commercial Court confirms that an award of damages for breach of an English jurisdiction clause is compatible with EU law.
7KBW has been shortlisted by Chambers and Partners for the 2014 Chambers Bar Awards as Set of the Year for insurance, international arbitration and shipping.
On 21 June 2008, the passenger cargo vessel Princess of the Stars was lost in the Philippines after sailing into Typhoon Frank.
7KBW has announced that Clive Freedman QC (formerly of Littleton Chambers, Temple) will be joining Chambers with effect from 18 August 2014.
7KBW has announced that Clara Benn and Andrew Pearson have accepted invitations to join Chambers on completion of their pupillages.
John Bignall has acted for the successful claimant in Martrade Shipping & Transport GmbH v United Enterprises Corporation  EWHC 1884 (Comm).
On 5 June 2014, the Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal of the owners of Falkonera, a very large crude carrier (VLCC) against the judgment of Mr Justice Eder.
Alistair Schaff QC of 7KBW has appeared for financial services firm In Focus Asset Management in Clark v In Focus Asset Management.
Members of 7KBW have featured on both sides of the dispute in Glencore Energy UK Ltd v Cirrus Oil Services Ltd  EWHC 87 (Comm).
Gavin Kealey QC and Tim Jenns acted for the claimant, BAT Industries, in a substantial jurisdiction application.
Astrazeneca Insurance v XL Bermuda and Ace Bermuda was the first case in which the English courts had been asked to consider the proper interpretation of a ‘Bermuda Form’ policy.