Robin Dicker QC QC 2000, Called to the Bar 1986

Robin specialises in commercial, business and financial law, including banking, commercial litigation, company, corporate restructuring and insolvency, financial services and civil fraud.

Robin has appeared in various substantial and high-profile cases at all levels including, in recent years: in the Supreme Court (eg Lehman Brothers, BNY Mellon v Lloyds Bank, Nortel, Eurosail, Rubin v Eurofinance, Mills v HSBC), in the Court of Appeal (eg Lehman Brothers, Graiseley Properties v Barclays, Lomas v Firth Rixson, Standard Chartered Bank v CPC, McKillen v Maybourne Finance) and at first instance, including a number of major trials.

He is ranked by Chambers & Partners as a leading QC in six areas, including as a Star Individual for Banking & Finance and for Restructuring & Insolvency, and described as one of the most outstanding silks in the market. He is ranked by Legal 500 as a leading QC in five areas. Robin won the Legal 500 Bar Award for Insolvency Silk of the Year 2016.

“Outstanding advocate with a particularly strong reputation for handling the most significant and high-value restructuring and insolvency disputes, including those arising in the banking industry. He is also widely regarded as one of the leading silks in company law and is a regular in the largest offshore cases” (Chambers & Partners 2017-18).  “Solicitors would instruct him on all their matters if they could.” (Legal 500 2017-18).

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