4 Stone Buildings
Andrew Rose, Barrister, 4 Stone Buildings focuses on commercial and chancery litigation, arbitration, insolvency, company law, and financial services. Most of his work is in the Business and Property Courts in London. Recent highlights there include a trial which concerned interest-rate benchmark manipulation: Marme Inversiones 2007 SL v NatWest Markets Plc and others  EWHC 366 (Comm). He also practises in the Dubai International Financial Centre, where he acted in the long-running Al Khorafi mis-selling litigation and in the Akhmedova litigation concerning the enforcement of an English judgment in the UAE.