Elspeth Talbot Rice QC - XXIV Old Buildings
Elspeth Talbot Rice QC
Areas of practice:
  • Charities
  • Corporate & Commercial Law
  • Partnership Law
  • Private Client: Wills, Trusts & Lifetime Planning
XXIV Old Buildings

Elspeth Talbot Rice QC’s CPDcasts

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“A fantastic all rounder", "an extremely forceful and accomplished advocate" Chambers & Partners (2009).

Elspeth's recent cases include resisting an English liquidator's application for an anti suit injunction against a German creditor in relation to maritime proceedings in New York, representing a hedge fund in the BVI in relation to issues arising out of redemptions and whether a redeming shareholder had the right to wind up the hedge fund and leading multi-jurisdictional litigation to recover substantial trust assets which moved through a number of counties before ending up (in part) in, and being sucessfully recovered in, the USA.

She acted for the RSPCA in the very high profile Gill v RSPCA disputed will/proprietary estoppel case, for the children in the well publicised Sherrington disputed will case and for the sculpture-owner in the high profile claim against a well known fine arts logistic and storage company for loss of a valuable Anish Kapoor sculpture.

Many of Elspeth's cases have overseas and international elements. She has been called to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean, has been licensed to appear as an advocate in the Isle of Man in a number of cases and has advised on many cases being fought in the Isle of Man, Guernsey, Jersey, the USA, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and other islands of the Caribbean and Hong Kong.

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