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In court this week: Apple, Kuwait fraud and glass manufacturers


The Lawyer, 22/1/24

For the claimant, Dr Sean Ennis: Essex Court’s Paul Stanley KC, Brick Court’s Robert O’Donoghue, and Fountain Court’s Daniel Carall-Green and Victoria Green, instructed by Geradin Partners’ partners David Gallagher and Damien Geradin, and counsel Anthony Ojukwu.

For the defendant, Apple Inc. and others: Brick Court’s Daniel Jowell KC and Blackstone Chambers’ Tim Parker, instructed by Gibson Dunn & Crutcher’s partners Doug Watson, Patrick Doris and associate Dan Warner.

For the defendant, Antoine Massad: Brick Court’s Harry Matovu KC and Blackstone Chambers’ Andrew Trotter, instructed by Seladore Legal partners Simon Bushell and Gareth Keller.

For the defendants, Union Bancaire Privée, UBP Asset Management (Bermuda) Ltd., Anne Rotman de Picciotto, and Daniel de Picciotto, the estate of Edgar de Picciotto, and Guy de Picciotto: Brick Court’s Tom Adam KC, and One Essex Court’s Douglas Paine, instructed by Dechert partners Andrew Hearn and Daniel Natoff, and associates Annabelle Nelsson, Emma Dillon, and Harley Evans.