Added1st December 2013 by Riverview LawRiverview Law

Riverview Law adds four commercial barristers

Riverview Law, the fixed-priced legal services business, has responded to the growing demand from customers for a broad spread of commercial law advice by adding four new barristers to its team. Sarah Clarke from Serjeants’ Inn Chambers, Gabriel Fadipe from Wilberforce Chambers and 11 South Square duo Jacqueline Reid and Christopher Hall all join Riverview Chambers to boost its expertise in financial services, commercial/chancery and IP work. Sarah Clarke is a specialist adviser and advocate in the field of financial services regulation, with extensive experience of market abuse and regulatory actions. Gabriel Fadipe has a wide-ranging practice encompassing most aspects of commercial, property, and ‘modern chancery’ litigation. He has a growing portfolio of fraud-related cases, and his work often has an international flavour. Jacqueline Reid is an established specialist in all areas of intellectual property and information technology law, with particular expertise in design law, confidential information and data protection. She chairs the Bar Council’s IT panel, which advises on the impact of IT developments on the legal profession and wider community. Christopher Hall’s practice covers the full spread of intellectual property. Benefiting from a scientific background, he has considerable expertise in the re-styled Intellectual Property Enterprise Court. In line with the Riverview Chambers model, each barrister will also continue to practise at their existing chambers. Adam Shutkever, the COO of Riverview Law, says: “The appointment of these four exceptional barristers demonstrates the range of commercial law advice our clients are demanding. We recognise the increasingly complex and varied environment facing businesses of all sizes and are able to bring the best legal minds to bear in guiding them through it.” Since launching in February 2012, Riverview Chambers has attracted some of the leading names from the Bar. It now has 64 members practising across all areas of business law.