3 Hare Court's civil fraud team has substantial experience in high-profile and high-value fraud cases. Our expertise in civil fraud claims is augmented by our cross-disciplinary expertise in other related areas, such as international, company, commercial and insolvency, which ensures our clients receive a first-class all-round service.
We have a substantial commercial and chancery practice covering advocacy and advisory work, including arbitration and mediation, in all aspects of business litigation. We frequently appear in the Commercial Court, the Chancery Division and arbitrations in the UK and internationally. We are able to offer advice and expertise across all levels of seniority.
Our employment practice group provides commercial and sensitive advice representing employers and employees in both the public and private sector. Members have a breadth of experience from unfair dismissal claims and redundancy to substantial whistleblowing claims, TUPE, and cases involving statutory employment rights such as equal pay, maternity rights and working time disputes.
We have expertise in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency extending to liquidations, provisional liquidations, administrations, administrative and other receiverships, voluntary arrangements, insolvent partnerships, cross-border insolvency, wrongful and fraudulent trading, antecedent transactions and all aspects of bankruptcy. Members of Chambers are instructed at the highest level and have appeared in many high profile cases across all aspects of insolvency.
We have long been proud of a well-established reputation throughout the common law world. Our international work includes; Appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, on all aspects of the law, applications and appeals in the local courts subject to the jurisdiction of the Privy Council, International Commercial Arbitration, in ICSID (World Bank), EBRD (European Bank) and ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) arbitrations as well as all aspects of commercial litigation with an international dimension, litigation resulting from serious personal injuries sustained abroad and other travel related litigation
Members of our Personal Injury and Travel teams are ranked as leading personal injury, travel law and aviation specialists in the Legal 500, Chambers & Partners and Who's Who Legal. We are recognised by the Legal 500 as a Leading Set in Personal Injury and are ranked by Chambers and Partners as a Band 1 Set in Travel. We act for both claimants and defendants, providing specialist advice and representation at all stages of the litigation process, including pre-action, drafting, undertaking ADR and providing advocacy. Our expertise in personal injury work and international travel litigation complement one another and most members of our Personal Injury and Travel teams practise in both areas.
We have considerable expertise in a wide range of disputes against professionals. Due to our expertise in other areas of law, such as in employment, personal injury or property litigation, we are well placed to act in disputes across a spectrum of professions.
The property group in Chambers undertakes a broad range of commercial and residential landlord and tenant work: lease renewals, rent reviews, dilapidations and disrepair, service charge disputes, right to manage claims, and all varieties of actions for possession. We have considerable experience of freehold enfranchisement and lease extension claims under the 1967 and 1993 Acts. We also deal with land law issues, such as adverse possession, and restrictive and positive covenants.
Members provide advisory and advocacy services in a wide range of public and constitutional law cases, domestically and within the EU as well as the Commonwealth and Caribbean.