Commercial & Chancery Litigation


Commercial & Chancery
All aspects of litigation and advisory work including banking, contracts, guarantees, securities, loans, financial services regulation, insurance and reinsurance, sale and carriage of goods, consumer credit, competition, restraint of trade, civil fraud and private international law.

Some members of Enterprise Chambers also specialise in the following


General Chancery
All aspects including occupational pension schemes, intellectual property, associations (partnerships, clubs, societies), charities, trusts, settlements, family provision, wills, intestacy, probate, Court of Protection.


Professional Negligence
All aspects of litigation and advisory work in relation to professional disciplinary matters and claims against professionals including solicitors, barristers, surveyors, construction professionals (e.g. architects, quantity surveyors and engineers), architects, accountants, insurance brokers and insolvency practitioners.


International / Offshore
A number of members are admitted to practice in overseas jurisdictions and our overseas clients remain very important to us. We have been and are currently involved in high-profile cases in those jurisdictions.

We benefit from having several members who have previously practised in fused professions overseas for extended periods of time, including offshore jurisdictions. We are therefore not only used to working abroad (often at very short notice) but also have  material insight as to the workings of particular jurisdictions, their judiciary and the local legal profession, which can be applied for the benefit of our clients. A further aspect of our international work is the giving of expert evidence.


Regulatory and Licensing
Highly experienced advocacy and advice in relation to all aspects of the regulatory and licensing problems that increasingly affect commercial activity today including environmental, water and waste licensing, building regulation and remediation, as well as the traditional fields of liquor, gaming, sex establishments and taxi licensing. Members of chambers act for regulatory and licensing authorities as well as private individuals and companies.