Collective proceedings orders are like busses … it takes 6 years then three come at once – Becca Hogan
Becca Hogan examines collective proceedings orders (CPO), in particular opt out CPOs, arguing that the flood gates are now well and truly open, in The Law Society Gazette.
6 January 2022
Partner Elliott Phillips is based in Gibraltar and is an internationally recognised barrister. He specialises in offshore contentious trusts, estates and private wealth disputes.
Elliott is recognised as a Band 2 individual in both Chambers Global and Chambers Europe for General Business Law: Dispute Resolution — Gibraltar.
Chambers Global describes Elliott as “an impressive individual who is extremely capable and sources note he is a very strong litigator”. The Guide also notes Elliott’s “strengths lie in being proactive and always on the ball.” The Legal 500 EMEA Guide recognises Elliott as a ‘Recommended Lawyer’ for dispute resolution in Gibraltar, and notes he “is a specialist in international trusts and estates disputes.”
Elliott is also recognised in Legal Week’s Private Client Global Elite, a directory of the world’s elite lawyers advising UHNW clients. He is also a regular speaker at high profile private client conferences, contributing to discussions centring on UHNW private wealth disputes.