Murray Rosen QC
4 New Square Chambers
As well as sitting as a deputy High Court judge in the Chancery Division, Murray Rosen QC acts as arbitrator, mediator and English law expert in two main areas: first in international commercial disputes, often concerned with joint ventures, fraud and asset tracing, and finance, energy and commodities; and secondly, in culture, media and sports disputes, internationally and domestically. In both areas he has a unique combination of skills ranging from criminal and disciplinary investigations and trials to highly confidential expert determinations for the most eminent institutions and individuals. Geographically, these disputes may span the UK and Europe, the Caribbean, USA, CIS, India, China (incl. HK) and Singapore. He is proficient in French.
An advocate for nearly 40 years and as a QC and team leader in commercial disputes for over 20 years (for nearly half that time as Head of the Advocacy Unit at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP). His previous experience includes numerous high profile and complex disputes in commodities and finance, joint venture and company, shareholder and partnership cases, fraud, and energy, resources and infrastructure claims, often with issues as to jurisdiction, applicable law, interim measures and remedies. He has chaired many disciplinary tribunals in football, tennis, and numerous other sports. His management/committee roles have included barristers’ chambers in London, an international law firm, professional associations and various charities. He also plays tennis of different sorts, is qualified as a postgraduate in the History of Art, and curates exhibitions.