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In this episode Stephen Houseman QC talks to Steven Berry QC and David Walsh about the Fiona Trust litigation, which spurned seventeen reported decisions including four from the Court of Appeal and one from the House of Lords. Fiona Trust is well known for a number of important reasons in the arbitration and the commercial litigation worlds, and involved many months of commercial court time between Autumn 2009 and Summer 2010.
Members of Essex Court Chambers appeared in virtually every stage of the litigation.
Steven acted for Mr Yuri Nikitin in both the litigation and the arbitration and we will touch on both.
With thanks to Akash Sonecha, Junior Tenant at Essex Court Chambers, for his research for this episode.
The music used in this podcast is “Upbeat Party” by scottholmesmusic.com
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