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Simon  Clarke

Simon Clarke

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

London, , GBR


Simon Clarke is a partner of Herbert Smith Freehills, based in its London office, specialising in banking litigation. 

Simon advises clients on complex civil claims and regulatory issues including contractual disputes, derivatives, structured products, banking confidentiality, investment management and advice, product mis-selling, investigations, and internal systems and controls. 

Simon has worked on a number of high-profile cases resulting from large-scale corporate collapses such as Barings Bank, Enron and Parmalat. Simon was one of the Herbert Smith Freehills partners leading a large team representing the Royal Bank of Scotland in defending actions brought by shareholder and investor groups in connection with RBS’s 2008 rights issue – one of the highest profile pieces of litigation recently before the English courts.
Simon Clarke is associated with the following items:
Web Segment  Web Segment Developments in Securities Litigation for Corporate Lawyers - Seventeenth Annual Institute on Securities Regulation in Europe: Practical Implications of U.S. Law on EU Practice, Wednesday, February 07, 2018
MP3 Audio  MP3 Audio Developments in Securities Litigation for Corporate Lawyers - Developments in Securities Litigation for Corporate Lawyers, Wednesday, February 07, 2018
MP4 - Mobile Video Seg  MP4 - Mobile Video Seg Developments in Securities Litigation for Corporate Lawyers - Developments in Securities Litigation for Corporate Lawyers, Wednesday, February 07, 2018
On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs Seventeenth Annual Institute on Securities Regulation in Europe: Practical Implications of U.S. Law on EU Practice, Friday, February 09, 2018, London
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