Practice overview

Thomas practises mainly in the Chancery Division and Commercial Court, as well as in the BVI and Cayman Islands, and has particular experience in heavy multi-party disputes. Regarded as one of the leading advocates at the commercial chancery Bar Thomas was awarded Chancery Silk of the Year 2021 by Chambers and Partners. He spends a good part of his professional life in the courtroom and has appeared in a very large number of reported decisions (over the last four years alone Thomas has appeared in over 40 reported cases). Thomas also has a substantial international arbitration practice. In the last few years Thomas has been instructed in some of the most high-profile commercial and fraud claims in the English courts.

He is recommended for civil fraud, commercial chancery (band 1), real estate litigation and professional negligence in Chambers UK Bar 2024, and for commercial dispute resolution in Chambers Global (band 1). He is also recommended for civil fraud (Tier 1), commercial litigation, banking and finance, property litigation, professional negligence, and company in The Legal 500 UK 2024. The Legal 500 2024 said that “Put quite simply, he is the pinnacle of the London Bar” (The Legal 500, 2024).

Thomas has a particular interest in fraud claims and is well known for his expertise in obtaining and defending freezing and related interim orders, including Norwich Pharmacal orders. He is also well known for his experience in committal applications arising out of fraud claims, having appeared in some of the most significant cases in this area over the last 10 years. He is also instructed to provide chancery and company law input in very high-value matrimonial disputes and has appeared on a number of occasions in leading cases in the Family Division.

He is the author and editor of many leading textbooks, including Civil Fraud: Law, Practice and Procedure, details of which can be found under ‘Publications’. Since its publication in 2018 Civil Fraud has been cited with approval over 35 times in the English and overseas courts, making it perhaps the most cited textbook of the last 5 years.

His advocacy has been commended by the Court of Appeal as “lucid and compelling” (Zinda v BOS) and as “engaging and very able” (Platform Home Loans v BOS).

Thomas’ book on the life and work of Sir Sydney Kentridge KC, The Mandela Brief, was published in Summer 2022.

Civil fraud and asset recovery

Recent work includes:

  • Instructed on behalf of Oleg Deripaska in the trial of the contempt proceedings brought against him by Vladimir Chernukhin: Navigator Equities v Deripaska [2023] EWHC 788 (Comm).
  • Currently instructed in high-profile $1billion claim brought by English companies in liquidation arising out of an alleged international gold bullion fraud involving allegations of unlawful means conspiracy, breach in fiduciary duty etc: Harrington & Charles v Mehta [2022] EWHC 2960 (Ch); [2023] EWHC 988 (CH); [2023] EWHC 2420 (Ch).
  • Currently instructed in $230m plus international letter of credit unlawful means conspiracy/fraud claim in the BVI arising out of the alleged fraud of Mukhtar Ablyazov against JSC BTA Bank.
  • Recently instructed in $60m claim for breach of fiduciary duty, negligence and dishonest assistance arising out of management of an investment fund in Cayman Islands: Port Fund v Walkers.
  • Acted for two of the defendants in high-profile fraud proceedings brought by the administrators of London Capital and Finance plc arising out of the collapse of the company, in a claim said to be worth in excess of £150m.
  • Appeared in appeal in Lakatamia v Su [2021] EWCA Civ 1187 in relation to passport orders in a claim for breach of a freight forwarding contract.
  • Curtiss v Zurich Insurance plc [2021] EWHC 1999 (TCC); [2022] EWHC 1749 (TCC); [2022] EWHC 1999 (TCC) – fraudulent misrepresentation, exemplary damages, witness statements in group litigation arising from purchase of large number of flats.
  • Instructed in circa £20m claim by administrators against directors for breach of duty owed to the company in administration.
  • Glossop Cartons and Print v Contact (Print and Packaging) Ltd [2021] 1 WLR 4297 (CA) – very significant decision on measure of damages in fraud claims.
  • Kea Investments Ltd v Watson [2020] EWHC 2599 (Ch); [2020] EWHC 2796 (Ch); [2022] EWHC 5 (Ch), [2022] 4 WLR 14 (contempt application arising out of long running dispute between two well-known New Zealand businessmen; longest committal trial ever in England, before Nugee LJ).
  • Maroil Trading Inc v Cally Shipholdings Inc [2022] EWHC 1201 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 3041 (Comm); [2019] EWHC 2949 (Comm) (Venezulean shipping; breach of confidence; freezing orders; security for costs of third-party claim).
  • X v Y [2021] EWHC 3014 (Ch) (freezing orders, extent of Chabra principle).
  • Re London Oil and Gas Ltd [2019] EWHC 367 (Ch) and ongoing (very large fraud claim arising out of failure of large finance company).
  • Goldman v Zurich Insurance plc [2020] BLR 236 (Henderson v Henderson abuse of process in fraud claim brought after claim founded in contract)
  • Hanson v Carlino [2019] EWHC 1366 (Ch); [2019] EWHC 1940 (Ch) (proprietary injunctions, cross-examination, principles on which bench warrants will be granted).
  • Newson-Smith v Al Zawawi [2017] EWHC 1876 (QB) (requisite mens rea when respondent alleged to have made a false statement)
  • Metropolitan Housing Trust v Taylor [2015] EWHC 2897 (Ch) discharge of freezing order; case examines principles on which freezing orders will be granted.
  • Gorbunova v Berezovsky [2013] EWHC 76 (Ch). Thomas was instructed with Anthony Trace KC for Boris Berezovsky on his successful application to set aside a £300million freezing.
  • Acted for Mr Ablyazov in Milsom v Ablyazov [2011] EWHC 1846 (Ch), [2012] Lloyd’s Rep FC 98 (Roth J) an important decision on the privilege against self-incrimination.
  • JSC BTA Bank v Ablyazov [2010] EWHC 1779 (Comm); [2010] EWCA Civ Appeared for the defendant on claimant’s application for appointment of interim receivers, in the context of one of the largest claims ever brought in an English court.
  • Junior in the long-running conspiracy claim in Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi v Ferrero Rocher.
  • Instructed in the Ritz Hotel fraud claims.

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  • Quote symbolAn exceptional barrister, who is widely regarded as the standout fraud expert of our time. His advocacy skills are remarkable, complemented by an unparalleled knowledge of the law.

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    Chambers & Partners 2024

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    Friday 9 February 2024

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    Tuesday 28th November 2023
    Central London

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    Events / Webinars

    Wilberforce Fraud, Trusts & Asset Recovery Conference 2023

    Wednesday 8th November 2023 | 12.45pm - 5.30pm, followed by drinks
    Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch, London

    £120 + VAT | 3.5 CPD

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Commercial disputes

Recent work includes:

  • Currently acting in claim for $0.5billion in international arbitration proceedings arising out of alleged breach of a shareholders agreement.
  • Acted in multiple proceedings in litigation brought by David Rowland against Kevin Stanford, including Norwich Pharmacal application and later contempt application: Rowland v Stanford [2021] EWHC (Ch) 1713; [2021] EWHC 988 (Ch); [2022] EWHC 1436 (Ch); [2022] EWHC 2135 (Ch); [2022] EWHC 2490 (Ch).
  • Recently instructed in £6million warranty claim arising from sale of engineering company.
  • Advising claimants in potential group litigation relating to secret commissions being paid to agents in a particular sector.
  • Currently acting in a HKIAC arbitration relating to ownership of certain shareholdings in US listed company; claim worth approximately $200m.
  • Appeared in an ICC arbitration arising out of a claim to indemnity in respect of alleged borrower defaults in Hong Kong receivables financing facilities.
  • X v Y – very substantial Hong Kong arbitration, ongoing.
  • Mars Capital Ltd v Hussain [2021] EWHC2416 (Ch) – trial of action concerning validity of assignment of mortgage portfolio; Cypriot banking issues.
  • Digby v Melford Capital Partners [2021] 1 WLR 1553 (CA) – examining what is the proper costs order to make when an interim injunction application succeeds.
  • Stokoe Partnership Solicitors v Robinson [2020] EWHC 3312 (QB) – Norwich Pharmacal orders; cross-examination on affidavits; private investigators.
  • UK College of Business and Computer Ltd v Bath Spa University [2021] EWHC 2157 (Comm) – interim injunction; force majeure; estoppel.
  • Mousavi-Khalkali v Abrischamchi [2020] EWCA Civ 1493 – forum conveniens, risk of injustice in foreign forum.
  • Christoforou v Christoforou & Anor [2020] EWHC 1196 (Ch) – order limiting cross-examination at trial; similar fact evidence.
  • HML PM Ltd v Canary Riverside Estate Management Ltd & Anor [2019] EWHC 3496 (QB) – breach of confidence and standing to bring claim; interim injunctions; striking out.
  • Addlesee v Dentons Europe LLP [2019] 3 WLR 1255 – whether legal professional privilege still persists after dissolution of a company).
  • Gwinnutt v George [2019] Ch 471 (CA) – a decision which has attracted considerable attention concerning the question of whether barristers’ expectation of fees is “property” within the meaning of the Insolvency Act.
  • Galazi v Christoforou [2019] EWHC 670 (Ch) – the leading decision on what constitutes a partial discontinuance of claims for the purpose of CPR Part 38, indemnity costs.
  • Re Dores, 8 February 2019, BVI Commercial Court, fortification of cross-undertaking in damages.
  • Cunico Resources v Daskalakis [2019] 1 WLR 2881; [2019] EWHC 57 (Comm); [2019] EWHC 345 (Comm) – multi-jurisdictional dispute, Lugano Convention; leading decision on default judgment.
  • Company 1 v Company 2 [2018] 1 Lloyds Rep 115 – Arbitration Act, freezing orders, jurisdiction of the English court to make orders under section 44 in relation to foreign arbitrations.
  • Galazi v Christroforou [2017] EWHC 2042 (Ch) – capacity to act/indemnity costs.
  • J Toomey Motors Ltd v Chevrolet [2017] EWHC 276 (Comm) – claims by car dealerships for alleged repudiatory breach of distribution agreements: 5-day trial.
  • Agents’ Mutual v Moginie James [2016] EWHC 3384 (Ch) and [2016] EWHC B34 (Ch) – misrepresentation, disclaimers, property portals.
  • Thomas appeared in the Court of Appeal in Aeroflot v Berezovsky [2014] EWCA Civ 20 (enforcement of foreign judgments), In Re the Estate of Platon Elenin (Aka Boris Berezovsky) [2014] CA (confidential information).
  • Appeared at trial for defendant in Everton Football Club v Sail Group [2011] EWHC 126 (QB) in breach of warranty claim concerning a football tournament in South Africa.
  • Instructed by Joltid Limited in claim relating to ownership of the Skype source code (led by Mark Vanhegan KC) – Skype v Joltid (2009).
  • Acted in Sectorguard plc v Dienne plc [2009] EWHC 2693 (Ch), a successful application to strike out a committal application in the context of a confidential information case.
  • Acted for the claimant in the IPCO v NNPC litigation, concerning the enforcement of a New York Convention award [2009] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 89 (led by Michael Lyndon-Standford KC).

Media and Entertainment

Recent work includes:

  • Instructed by Valentino Rossi’s manager in claim brought by Mr Rossi concerning termination of the management contract.
  • Instructed by Joltid Limited in claim relating to Skype (led by Mark Vanhegan KC) – Skype v Joltid.
  • Appeared on behalf David and Victoria Beckham in relation to their claim for breach of confidence against their former nanny, Abbie Gibson.
  • Acted for Archbishop of Westminster in relation to application for third-party disclosure in the Ivereigh v Associated Newspapers libel case.
  • Instructed by the Saatchi Gallery in a claim brought against a well-known painter for breach of contract.
  • Instructed by the Marlborough Gallery (led by Michael Briggs KC) in defending a very substantial undue influence and breach of fiduciary duty claim brought by the estate of the artist Francis Bacon: Clarke v Marlborough Fine Art Ltd (No 2) [2002] 1 WLR 1731 and Clarke v Marlborough Fine Art Ltd (No 3) [2002] EWHC 11 (Ch). The claim was settled shortly before a three-month trial was due to commence.
  • Acted for 118 118 in relation to claim made by the runner David Bedford arising out image rights issues relating to the two 118 118 runners.
  • Acted for owners in claims to recover various high-value Mesopotamian artefacts.
  • Instructed by Glynn Williams in relation to a claim for damage to certain of his sculptures lent to a museum.
  • Acted for Mike Nolan in the litigation concerning the pop band “Bucks Fizz”.

 

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  • Quote symbolThomas is a ferocious advocate, brilliant in court and his oral submissions and cross-examination are a sight to behold.

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  • Quote symbolIncredible tenaciousness and beyond-thorough preparation make Thomas an excellent choice. He is intellectually astute but is out to win the case.

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Thomas's expertise

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Company law

Recent work includes:

  • Currently acting in lengthy trial of unfair prejudice petition.
  • Currently instructed in very high-value Cayman Islands case concerning the value of shareholdings in a Chinese social media company.
  • X v Y – ongoing LCIA arbitration concerning validity of expulsion from an LLP.
  • Instructed in very substantial unfair prejudice proceedings concerning Dualit companies: Milton v Milton (2017-2019).
  • 5-day hearing in July 2017 in Storca Intertrans and others v Norvalo (Overseas) Ltd, BVI Commercial Court.
  • Appeared in the appeal in Ashdown v Griffin [2018] EWCA Civ 1793 in which the Court of Appeal considered the allocation of costs after unfair prejudice proceedings had succeeded but had led to a buy-out order.

 

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  • Quote symbolThomas is a ferocious advocate, brilliant in court and his oral submissions and cross-examination are a sight to behold.

    Chambers & Partners 2024

  • Quote symbolIncredible tenaciousness and beyond-thorough preparation make Thomas an excellent choice. He is intellectually astute but is out to win the case.

    The Legal 500 2024

  • Quote symbolTom's appetite for work is of course legendary, as is his grasp of the facts of the case and the law relating to it. His approach is always one of calm assurance. As an advocate few impress as much.

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  • Quote symbolHis reputation speaks for itself. He’s very well respected and definitely adds value to any claim.

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Professional liability

Recent work includes:

  • Acted for well-known firm of solicitors in bringing application to strike out claim against it on basis that claimant had failed to mitigate its loss. The application was settled before the hearing on very advantageous terms.
  • CNM Estates (Tolworth Tower) Ltd v VeCrREF [2018] EWHC 2838 (Comm) (and thereafter). Successfully represented estate agency firm (Knight Frank) in claim for (allegedly) over £16 million arising out of the sale by receivers of an iconic London tower block.
  • Recently instructed in £6m+ claim in unlawful means conspiracy against firm of accountants.
  • Currently acting for defendant solicitors in claim in negligence arising from alleged mishandling of application to serve out of the jurisdiction in underlying claim against Russian mining company; claim worth £7m. Application to strike out entire claim succeeded: see Harrington Scott v Coupe Bradbury [2022] EWHC 2275 (Ch).
  • Acted for leading firm of valuers in relation to alleged overvaluation of high-end London town houses (claim worth approx £20m).
  • Addlesee v Dentons Europe LLP [2019] 3 WLR 1255 – whether legal professional privilege still persists after dissolution of a company).
  • Acted for claimant in solicitors’ negligence claim arising from alleged mishandling of previous litigation reported at First Tower Trustees Ltd v CDS (Superstores International) Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 1396.
  • Barclays Bank plc v TBS&V Ltd [2016] EWHC 2948 (QB). Valuers’ negligence, relating to complex valuation of a care home (8-day trial).
  • Santander v R A Legal [2014] PNLR Court of Appeal, breach of trust by solicitor, section 61 of the Trustee Act).

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  • Quote symbolThomas is a ferocious advocate, brilliant in court and his oral submissions and cross-examination are a sight to behold.

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  • Quote symbolIncredible tenaciousness and beyond-thorough preparation make Thomas an excellent choice. He is intellectually astute but is out to win the case.

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  • Quote symbolTom's appetite for work is of course legendary, as is his grasp of the facts of the case and the law relating to it. His approach is always one of calm assurance. As an advocate few impress as much.

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    Wilberforce Chambers is delighted to announce that Thomas Grant KC has joined Chambers from Friday 7th October 2022. Tom is a leading commercial chancery silk who received the “Chancery Silk of The Year” award from Chambers & Partners in 2021.... Read more

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Property

Recent work includes:

  • South Warwickshire v Littler [2019] L&TR 19 (Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, section 30(1)(f), appeal).
  • Folgender v Letraz Properties Ltd [2019] EWHC 2131 (Ch) – specific performance of obligation to grant charge over commercial property.
  • UBS v Rose Capital Ventures [2019] 2 BCLC 47 – high-value mortgage proceedings; abuse of process; extent to which Braganza principles apply to lenders.
  • Fuller v Kitzing [2017] Ch 485; [2016] EWHC 804 (Ch) – shooting rights; injunctive relief.
  • Hawk Recovery v Hall [2016] BPIR 169 and (on appeal) [2017] 4 WLR 40 – bare trusts, possession orders, insolvency.
  • Skelwith (Leisure) Ltd v Armstrong [2016] 1 Ch 345 – multi-party proceedings concerning mortgagees’ remedies in case relating to alleged sale by mortgagee to an associate.
  • Bank of Scotland plc v Forrester [2014] EWHC 2036; [2014] 2 P&CR DG19 (mortgage, implied trusts). 

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  • Quote symbolThomas is a ferocious advocate, brilliant in court and his oral submissions and cross-examination are a sight to behold.

    Chambers & Partners 2024

  • Quote symbolIncredible tenaciousness and beyond-thorough preparation make Thomas an excellent choice. He is intellectually astute but is out to win the case.

    The Legal 500 2024

  • Quote symbolTom's appetite for work is of course legendary, as is his grasp of the facts of the case and the law relating to it. His approach is always one of calm assurance. As an advocate few impress as much.

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Media and entertainment

Recent work includes:

  • Instructed by Valentino Rossi’s manager in claim brought by Mr Rossi concerning termination of the management contract.
  • Instructed by Joltid Limited in claim relating to Skype (led by Mark Vanhegan KC) – Skype v Joltid.
  • Appeared on behalf David and Victoria Beckham in relation to their claim for breach of confidence against their former nanny, Abbie Gibson.
  • Acted for Archbishop of Westminster in relation to application for third-party disclosure in the Ivereigh v Associated Newspapers libel case.
  • Instructed by the Saatchi Gallery in a claim brought against a well-known painter for breach of contract.
  • Instructed by the Marlborough Gallery (led by Michael Briggs KC) in defending a very substantial undue influence and breach of fiduciary duty claim brought by the estate of the artist Francis Bacon: Clarke v Marlborough Fine Art Ltd (No 2) [2002] 1 WLR 1731 and Clarke v Marlborough Fine Art Ltd (No 3) [2002] EWHC 11 (Ch). The claim was settled shortly before a three-month trial was due to commence.
  • Acted for 118 118 in relation to claim made by the runner David Bedford arising out image rights issues relating to the two 118 118 runners.
  • Acted for owners in claims to recover various high-value Mesopotamian artefacts.
  • Instructed by Glynn Williams in relation to a claim for damage to certain of his sculptures lent to a museum.
  • Acted for Mike Nolan in the litigation concerning the pop band “Bucks Fizz”.

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Thomas's Details

BSB/VAT information

Registered name: Mr Thomas Paul Wentworth Grant KC
VAT number: 649602812

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Qualifications and Appointments

  • BA (Hons) First Class
  • Dip Law, Distinction
  • Called to the Bar of the British Virgin Islands (2015)
  • Called to the Bar of Cayman Islands (2022)
  • Visiting Professor of Politics and Law at Gresham College for 2020-2022
  • Visiting Professor of Law (in Practice) at the London School of Economics 2022-2025
  • Bencher of Middle Temple

Memberships

  • Chair of the Professional Negligence Bar Association
  • Chancery Bar Association
  • COMBAR

Publications

  • General Editor, Grant and Mumford on Civil Fraud (2018, Sweet & Maxwell supplement published in 2022)
  • General Editor, Tomlinson and Grant on Lender Claims (2010, Sweet & Maxwell)
  • Contributor, Flenley and Leech on Solicitors’ Liabilities (2020, Bloomsbury)
  • Jeremy Hutchinson’s Case Histories (2015, John Murray)
  • Court Number One: The Old Bailey Trials that defined Modern Britain (2019, John Murray)
  • The Mandela Brief: Sydney Kentridge and the Trials of Apartheid (2022, John Murray)

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