Jonathan Kelly

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (London)

Jonathan Kelly’s practice focuses on substantial English and international commercial litigation and arbitration. He has advised on a wide range of disputes, involving antitrust and competition, banking and financial services, corporate and private equity, regulatory enforcement and investigations, and sovereign immunity. Jonathan has significant experience in banking and financial services disputes, and regulatory investigations. Jonathan repeatedly has been recognized by legal and business directories as one of the leading practitioners in his field. He has been described as having "a first class reputation," as being "immensely well respected," and as providing "keen and insightful, clear, concise and laser-like advice that adds value." In the areas of banking and financial services, legal directories have cited Jonathan as "one of the elite names in finance litigation" and as one of "the City’s leading banking and financial services litigators." Jonathan joined the firm as a partner in 2010 after 23 years at Simmons & Simmons, where he had trained, qualified as a solicitor in 1989, became a partner in 1995 and was head of the firm’s financial markets litigation group. He worked in Hong Kong and London while with Simmons & Simmons.


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1689 Bulletin

Sunil Gadhia, Nicholas Levy, Paul Gilbert, David R. Little, Vassilena Karadakova, Jonathan Kelly The UK FCA fines companies sharing strategic information on a bilateral basis during an initial public offering (Hargreave / Newton / RAMAM)


On 21 February, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”) found that Hargreave Hale Ltd (“Hargreave Hale”), Newton Investment Management Limited (“Newton”), and River and Mercantile Asset Management LLP (“RAMAM”) had breached competition law by sharing strategic information on a bilateral basis (...)

Jean-Yves Garaud, Aren Goldsmith, Jonathan Kelly, Paul Stuart, Romina Polley, Rüdiger Harms The EU Court of Justice rules that jurisdiction clauses subject to EU law may be enforced by member states in actions for damages for abuse of dominance (Apple / MJA)


European Court of Justice Issues Important Judgment Related to Jurisdiction Clauses for Antitrust Actions* In a recent judgment providing a preliminary ruling in the case, Apple Sales International et al. v. (C-595/17, October 24, 2018), the Court of Justice of the European Union (...)

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