We were delighted yesterday to celebrate our first anniversary, marking the launch of Quillon Law on 6 October 2021.
The team has seen significant growth over the past 12 months, while receiving a number of high-profile instructions across our commercial, civil fraud and banking disputes platform from a strong, global referral network.
Our strategy as a firm remains to achieve measured growth whilst being recognised as the destination commercial disputes practice of choice, as demonstrated by the appointment yesterday of Nicola McKinney, an expert litigator with nearly 20 years’ experience across complex commercial and cross-jurisdictional disputes, as a partner. We will continue to attract like-minded practitioners and build our partnership, covering all our key practice areas, supported by a considered and strategic approach to development, purpose, responsibility and inclusion across the firm as it continues to grow.
Partner Michael Barnett said: “The firm was born out of a desire to bring our collective expertise and experience to the disputes market. Our aim is to bring the best of City quality, free from the client conflicts that can arise with larger, full-service firms. Combining our many years in the field, we aim to continue making our mark in handling the most complex commercial and financial disputes and fraud-related work.”
Quillon Law ranked as a “Firm to Watch”
Quillon Law ranked as a "Firm to Watch" and Partner Michael Barnett recognised as a Leading Individual in The Legal 500 UK 2023 Guide
Partner Nicola McKinney explores IRS crypto proposals in Bloomberg
Partner Nicola McKinney argues that recent US Treasury proposals that would force crypto brokers to disclose details of their clients’ transactions fail to address the cross-border nature of many digital assets.
Partner Nicola McKinney discusses digital asset recovery and the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill in Law360
Partner Nicola McKinney examines a recent Civil Recovery Order and explores how the recovery of digital assets will be impacted by upcoming legislation.
Partner Nicola McKinney analyses the G20’s crypto recommendations in Compliance Monitor
Partner Nicola McKinney explores recent recommendations from the G20's Financial Stability Board regarding the regulation of crypto assets, and discusses the role of such reports in forming an integrated and cross-border regulatory approach.