Patrick Boylan

Simmons & Simmons (London)
Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Patrick Boylan is a partner and solicitor advocate (All Higher Courts) in the dispute resolution group in London. He is a commercial dispute resolution specialist with a particular focus on contentious competition matters, regulatory investigations and arbitration. He is also an expert on privilege. Patrick specialises in advising clients in regulated industries including energy, life sciences, TMT and financial institutions. Patrick is also a member of the firm’s crime, fraud & investigations group. Patrick has a degree in Classics from Wadham College, Oxford University. He is the author of numerous articles and has spoken at conferences on various topics including cross-jurisdictional cartel damages claims, privilege and international enforcement. Patrick is a former Judicial Assistant at the Court of Appeal and was for a number of years a visiting lecturer at the London School of Economics, teaching on the International Arbitration module of the LL.M.

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Simmons & Simmons (London)
Simmons & Simmons (London)

Articles

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Ajit Kainth, Patrick Boylan, Tony Woodgate The English Court of Appeal strikes out two cartel damages claims based on the torts of conspiracy and economic interference thus narrowing the scope of other potential claims (Air Cargo)

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In brief There were three significant developments in the air cargo cartel damages litigation in the UK in October 2015. First, on 14 October 2015, the English Court of Appeal significantly narrowed the scope of potential claims in the UK by striking out two claims based on the torts of (...)

Patrick Boylan, Tony Woodgate The UK Court of Appeal holds that mutual dishonesty is not required in order to satisfy the dishonesty element of the cartel offence under section 188 Enterprise Act 2002 (British Airways)

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On 28 May 2010, the criminal division of the Court of Appeal handed down an important judgment in which it considered the correct ingredients of the dishonesty element of the cartel offence established by section 188 of the Enterprise Act 2002. The ingredients of dishonesty in the context of (...)

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