Colin Passmore has developed a varied commercial litigation practice that encompasses both international and domestic disputes.
Over the last 28 years Colin has worked in England, Hong Kong and the Middle East from where he has developed a varied commercial litigation practice that encompasses both international and domestic disputes. As reflected by his recent work, his particular focus areas are retail finance litigation, extradition disputes and large professional indemnity claims.
He joined Simmons & Simmons in 1986, becoming a partner in 1990 and a solicitor advocate (civil) in 1999.
He is chairman of the Membership Committee of the Academy of Experts.
Colin is the author of Privilege, the third edition of which will be published in 2013.
Colin Passmore is cited in Chambers UK 2012 as a Leading Individual for Banking Litigation, Dispute Resolution: Elite and Professional Negligence.
Colin Passmore is singled out as a “real thinker” who “never gets lost in the detail but sits back to see where a case is going and what strategy to adopt” (Chambers UK 2012).
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