AREA OF PRACTICE
Litigation & Arbitration
Imogen is an associate in the Litigation and Arbitration team in Brown Rudnick’s London office. Imogen's experience ranges from high-value breach of contract and negligence claims between financial institutions to disputes concerning privacy, harassment and defamation issues. Imogen has represented currency traders in internal banking and global regulatory investigations and has a particular interest in disputes arising out of financial contexts.
Imogen also works closely with the firm's Finance & Restructuring team. She regularly advises in relation to the sale and purchase of distressed debt throughout Europe and has also advised on loan novation.
Acted for an Austrian investment firm in a contractual dispute with both the Trustee bank and the Issuer of certain notes forming part of a high grade collateralised debt obligation transaction.
Acted for currency traders involved in ongoing regulatory investigations in connection with the alleged manipulation of the foreign exchange market.
Acted for a Dutch pension fund on a €250 million professional negligence claim against a large investment bank involving the review of a significant volume of documents and the use of sophisticated document review technology.
Acted for a car trader who was successful in a dispute over the ownership of a Lamborghini Aventador (Ecclestone v Khyami & Others  EWHC 29 (QB)).
Advised on conflict of law issues arising out of a dispute between franchise parties in relation to operations in Russia under a US law governed agreement.
Acted for an individual in connection with derogatory and defamatory statements posted by various other individuals on the online bulletin board of a share trading website.
Regularly advises a London-based hedge fund in relation to the sale and purchase of distressed European debt, overcoming jurisdictional issues and ensuring that the relevant documentation is LMA-compliant.
Advised on the novation of a £1.6 million loan with Irish and English law governed security and associated complications regarding the preservation of such security.
Cardiff University – LLB, First Class Honours, 2010
Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Courts Civil Proceedings)
Solicitor of England and Wales
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