Harcus Parker wins major victory for Harbour Litigation Funding and others in long-running commercial fraud claim

On 18 May 2021, Mr Justice Foxton handed down his judgment in The Serious Fraud Office & Ors vs Litigation Capital Limited & Ors [2021] EWHC 1272 (Comm). This case represents a significant win for Harbour, after a long running and immensely complex litigation. The case involves claims by several parties to assets worth tens […]

Harcus Parker invited to present at The Transparency Task Force seminar on mortgage prisoners

Olivia Selley, an Associate at the firm, and Edward Argles, a Trainee, spoke today at The Transparency Task Force’s seminar entitled ‘The Mortgage Prisoners Scandal; and why it really matters’, alongside other speakers including Kevin Hollinrake MP and Seema Malhotra MP. Olivia and Edward discussed the Mortgage Prisoner Litigation and what our investigations are telling […]

Olivia Selley and Tara Panicker write in The Financial Times about mortgage prisoners

Following the defeat of proposed amendments to the financial services bill which sought to alleviate financial pressures on mortgage prisoners, Olivia Selley, an Associate at the firm, and Tara Panicker, a Paralegal, have written in The Financial Times about what can be done now to help people trapped paying high interest rates on their mortgages.  Olivia and […]

Harcus Parker included in Spear’s 2021 rankings of best reputation and privacy lawyers

Spear’s released its 2021 rankings for the best reputation and privacy lawyers today. The publication included Harcus Parker in its index, following the firm’s hire of partner Ryan Dunleavy earlier this month. Ryan leads Harcus Parker’s technology, media and communications litigation practice. He has a particular focus on privacy and data disputes, as well as in-depth […]

Harcus Parker’s legal action on behalf of Mortgage Prisoners is discussed in The Property Buying Company’s Online Magazine

The Property Buying Company have written about the ways in which mortgage prisoners may be able to improve their situation. Among the options mentioned for those trapped and unable to remortgage is the legal action being brought by Harcus Parker: “a law firm that’s handled legal proceedings on behalf of mortgage prisoners who’ve been paying […]

Harcus Parker takes on competition litigation practice

We are delighted to announce that Tom Ross and Jeremy Robinson, formerly partners at a leading international firm, have joined the firm as partners.  They will be joint heads of a new competition litigation practice.  Tom is a heavyweight commercial litigation partner with particular experience in handling disputes in the banking and finance arena, as well […]

Ryan Dunleavy joins as head of technology, media and communications litigation

Harcus Parker is pleased to announce that Ryan Dunleavy has joined the firm as a partner. He will lead the firm’s technology, media and communications litigation practice. His hire is part of Harcus Parker’s ongoing expansion as a specialist litigation firm that deals with complex, high value matters, particularly multi-party and group litigation claims.  Ryan […]

Which? podcast: Damon Parker discusses Mortgage Prisoner litigation

Click here to listen, or visit the Which? website On 3 September 2020 Damon Parker was invited by Which? to discuss the Mortgage Prisoners litigation. Harcus Parker is acting on behalf of several thousand mortgage prisoners in claims against their lenders to recover overcharged interest rates in circumstances where they could not re-mortgage because their […]

Public Health Campaigning Organisation Medact provide resources for Harcus Parker litigation on the impact of diesel emissions on health

Medact, a public health campaigning organisation and home of the Doctors Against Diesel Campaign will be providing resources on the health impact of air pollution and expert medical advice in the litigation being brought by Harcus Parker which aims to hold car manufacturers to account for unlawful breaches of emissions regulations. Medact’s Doctors Against Diesel Campaign […]

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