Chaisty QC, Paul
Paul Chaisty QC is a leading specialist in chancery and commercial dispute resolution with an emphasis on commercial litigation, insolvency, commercial fraud, commercial property and sports law.
He regularly appears in the Court of Appeal Chancery Division, Mercantile and Commercial Court and commercial arbitrations. He is highly regarded for his
experience, expertise and skills as a litigator (with a considerable reputation for cross-examination) his speed of thought, command of detail and overall tactical and strategic awareness and approach. As well as in English courts he has appeared at first instance and appellate level in the Caribbean (BVI and Bahamas). His practice is contentious and his clients include banks, multinational companies and major public companies.
He has vast experience of all stages of litigation including interim applications as well as trials and appeals. Admitted to the bar in the British Virgin Islands and the Bahamas.
Chaisty was made a recorder in 1999, took silk in 2001 and was made a Deputy High Court Judge of the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Division in 2005.
He is also a full member of Serle Court, Lincoln’s Inn.
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