Quadrant Chambers has ‘excellent strength in depth’...
(Legal 500, 2020)
Quadrant Chambers is frequently instructed in commercial cases around the world... and has a growing presence in fraud and banking.
(Chambers UK, 2020)
“the set makes a real effort to get to know you, and ensures it meets your demands.”
(Chambers UK, 2020)


From insurance fraud, bribery and company-related disputes to bank payment system frauds, Quadrant Chambers can bring the full breadth and depth of its experience to civil fraud cases.

Members of chambers appear in such matters in all divisions of the High Court and, in keeping with Quadrant’s international outlook, regularly act in other jurisdictions, multi-jurisdictional disputes and international arbitrations.

Our barristers regularly advise on high value commercial cases, enabling them to meet the demands of the high-pressure interlocutory stages, and adeptly handle pre-emptive strike applications. Members of chambers are highly experienced in handling cases across the Business and Property Courts.

Recent high profile cases Quadrant barristers have worked on include the Supreme Court case of Takhar v Gracefield Developments [2019] 2 WLR 984, now the leading authority on the test for setting aside a judgment on the ground that it was procured by fraud; the long-running Ablyazov litigation and The Secretary of State for Justice v Topland Group PLC