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Matrix members recognised in Chambers Global Guide 2020

Matrix is delighted to be ranked by Chambers and Partners Global Guide 2020 in the following areas: Business and Human Rights Law, International Arbitration: Most in demand Arbitrators, Public International Law: Most in demand Arbitrators, Competition Law, Dispute resolution: Commercial, International Arbitration: The English Bar and Public International Law: The English Bar.For more information about […]

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Mike Lynch extradition

The extradition proceedings brought by the United States against Dr Mike Lynch, the prominent British businessman and former CEO of Autonomy plc., have commenced. Alex Bailin QC represents Dr Lynch, instructed by Kelwin Nicholls of Clifford Chance LLP. Mark Summers QC represents the US Government, instructed by the CPS Extradition Unit. Press Coverage The Times […]

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Alex Bailin QC and Edward Craven published in the Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations

Alex Bailin QC and Edward Craven have contributed to the Fourth Edition of the Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations with a chapter on Publicity: the UK Perspective.  The Global Investigations Review publishes the practical guide for external and in-house counsel, compliance officers and accounting practitioners. Chapters are authored by leading practitioners from around the world […]

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The ICJ orders protective measures to prevent Rohingyan genocide

The International Court of Justice today unanimously ordered the Republic of Myanmar to take steps to protect the Rohingya people and prevent their genocide, following an application brought by the Gambia. The Court found that a prima facie case of genocide was established and that there was a real risk of irreparable harm requiring binding protective measures […]