Casement QC, David
David Casement is a silk specialising in chancery and commercial litigation.
He is regularly instructed in large-scale disputes involving company, LLP and partnership disputes advising and representing companies, directors, shareholders, members and partners. He covers the full range of commercial litigation such as banking, finance and securities, professional negligence, and sports, entertainment and media. He also specialises in all aspects of insolvency litigation and has acted for office-holders and third parties in corporate and personal insolvency disputes.
Casement has acted for claimants and defendants in commercial fraud litigation and asset tracing across multiple jurisdictions. He has also represented
trustees and beneficiaries in trust litigation including the liability of trustees and obtaining information regarding assets and the terms of settlements.
Casement was appointed as a part-time judge in 2005 and was appointed as a queen’s counsel in 2008. He was one of the youngest barristers ever to be appointed to either position outside of London.
He also acts in high profile sports-related disputes acting for clubs, agents and players. He is a member of the Sports Resolution Panel of Arbitrators —Chairperson’s List and has adjudicated in a wide variety of sports.
Casement is a member of the Bar of Ireland and the Bar of Northern Ireland.
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This material has been sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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