We offer expert legal advice and representation with barristers who specialise in Chancery and Commercial law.
Chambers has extensive, collective expertise and considerable practical experience of how multiple legal disciplines often overlap when applied to the actual issues our clients face. We also offer highly skilled barristers who practice in areas that fall outside the scope of traditional Chancery law.
Our friendly, professional Clerks’ Room is the principal port of call for anyone who would like to instruct a barrister at Ten Old Square.
Our team of clerks will advise on the expertise and availability of the barristers in Chambers and discuss the most suitable fee structures for your case. They will do this in a speedy and responsive manner, keeping you fully informed throughout the process.
Our clerks offer a very high quality service combined with a down-to-earth and collaborative approach.
If you would like to discuss a specific case, arrange a meeting or receive further information about any of our barristers, areas of expertise or about the way we work in general, please contact our clerks.
Our excellent legal services extend beyond case work to the provision of remote talks, complimentary training events and programmes to support our clients’ continuing competence requirements.
Further details about this can be found on our events page or by contacting Emily Overett.
Ten Old Square is a professional, friendly and forward-looking set.
We are renowned for delivering an outstanding level of service and welcome applications from like-minded individuals.
Ten Old Square is an award-winning set of Chancery barristers’.
Chambers contains some of the finest and brightest lawyers currently practising in all the current Chancery disciplines. Our Chambers comprises of talented barristers whose expertise meets and exceeds the demands of those who approach us needing legal representation and require expert advice of the very highest calibre.
Our members carry out commercial work in all divisions in the High Court, including the Commercial Courts and Chancery Division and in the County Court.
Ten Old Square has experience at all levels of seniority of barristers across a broad range of both chancery and commercial disciplines. We cover the whole range of ‘business’ law, including disputes with a multi-jurisdictional dimension and act for both private and professional clients at home and overseas. Ten Old Square’s commercial chancery expertise is complimented by its outstanding reputation as a leading set in the fields of Traditional Chancery and LLP and Partnership Law.
Contact our experienced Clerks to find out which Commercial Chancery barristers would be ideal for you. They have many years of experience and will ensure that you receive a premium service and advise on the suitability, availability and cost of instructing specialist Counsel.
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"The fact that the silks have been involved in various high-profile cases over recent years certainly gives solicitors and clients comfort in their selection of advocate."
Chambers UK 2020
"The set is highly professional and quick to respond; written work is received well in advance of deadlines."
Chambers UK 2020
"The Clerks are super helpful; they operate with a commercial mind and recognise the importance of the instructing solicitor"
Chambers UK 2020
"This is a wonderful set that gives excellent and well-rounded advice on a variety of matters."
Chambers UK 2018
"It is a set that always seems to offer counsel at the right level of expertise, who meet deadlines and successfully manage client expectations."
Legal 500 2018
"Very well run and you can always get hold of who you need to. The clerks are very knowledgeable and always keep on top of things; they put you in touch with exactly the person you require."
Chambers UK 2018
Barristers here deal with the full range of commercial disputes, both advising and appearing in court. Members are regularly involved in urgent and heavy interim applications in respect of complex and high value disputes in the Commercial Court, Queen’s Bench Division and the Business and Property Courts of England and Wales as well as arbitrations.
Our members have substantial experience of ensuring the enforcement (and resisting the same) of interim orders, particularly freezing injunctions and ancillary disclosure applications, through the medium of committal applications.
What areas of law are covered by commercial chancery?
We cover all areas of business law at Ten Old Square. Commercial chancery work covers commercial disputes often with a “chancery” element, this includes companies, shares, property, fiduciary duties, trusts, banking, mortgages, loans, guarantees, fraud, tracing and many other business disputes.
We have a range of very experienced barristers used to dealing with high value and complicated commercial chancery disputes. We also have a skilled and experienced clerking team.
We appear in all courts in England and Wales and in international jurisdictions as well. Chancery Commercial cases often start in the Commercial Court or the Business and Property Courts, but they can start in other courts and tribunals and are often conducted by arbitration. We will have an experienced barrister able to appear for you or your client.
How do I select a barrister for a commercial chancery dispute?
This website contains details of the barristers at Ten Old Square to assist you. You should speak to one of our clerks who are highly experienced in matching the right barrister to the correct business dispute.
What are the fees for instructing a barrister in a commercial chancery dispute?
We aim to provide a cost-effective service and will strive to ensure that our fees are competitive. Our Clerks will advise you of the hourly rate applicable to any barrister in Chambers and for any piece of work and this will be agreed in advance taking into account the nature of the case and its complexity, and the experience of the barrister instructed.
Examples of work undertaken by Ten Old Square include:
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