Noel Casey is an advocate and a qualified Chartered Accountant.
He has experience of disputes arising out of a wide range of contracts, from share purchase agreements to reinsurance treaties, from charterparties to derivative instruments. In the context of those disputes, Noel has dealt with all manner of ancillary issues, including the jurisdiction of the court or arbitral tribunal, and various forms of injunctive relief. He has appeared as an advocate in the Court of Appeal, the Commercial Court and in arbitration (both in the UK and Hong Kong). The current edition of Chambers and Partners describes him as “an excellent technical lawyer and advocate”. The current edition of the Legal 500 says that “he is fantastic with clients and gives clear and commercial advice in simple terms ”. Before coming to the Bar, Noel spent six years working at PricewaterhouseCoopers in its financial services division. As a consequence, he has an understanding of the mechanics of business and the commercial dimensions of legal disputes.
Recent comments include:
Stephen Phillips QC named Barrister of The Week by The Lawyer
7 King’s Bench Walk team secures €27m judgment in conspiracy claim
The Falkonera (Court of Appeal)
Falkonera Shipping Co. v Arcadia Energy Pte. Ltd
“Darius” Boris Berezovsky & another v Edmiston & Company Limited & another
Noel studied English at Worcester College, Oxford. He joined PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1997, where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. He spent six years at PwC, working in the financial services division. Between 2003 and 2005, Noel studied at the College of Law. He was called to the Bar in 2005.