Peters & Peters

Amy Harvey

Of Counsel

Amy specialises in complex multi-jurisdictional disputes. Many of the cases she has advised on involve allegations of fraud. She has wide experience of tracing and recovering the proceeds of fraud via the use of asset recovery procedures such as disclosure and freezing orders.

Amy advises on heavyweight litigation often involving complex multi-jurisdictional issues and allegations of fraud. She has substantial experience of tracing and recovering proceeds and obtaining interim remedies such as freezing injunctions, disclosure orders and other injunctions related to the preservation and protection of assets.

Amy has experience acting for both Claimants and Defendants which is invaluable in cases where fraud is alleged. She is used to advising on civil claims where there is a parallel criminal investigation. Many of her cases involve international disputes and she has significant experience of co-ordinating multi-national litigation.

Contact details

Tel: +44 (0)20 7822 7727
Case Examples

Representing the Republic of Mozambique in the US$2 billion “Tuna Bonds” Commercial Court proceedings against Credit Suisse and Abu Dhabi-based shipbuilder Privinvest.

Successfully acting for a claimant in a complex, high-value property development fraud: Billington v Davies [2016] EWHC 1919 (Ch) -

Acting for one of the lead Defendants in major fraud proceedings which created a substantial volume of new law: JSC BTA Bank v Ablyazov Queen’s Bench Division (Commercial Court).

Representing entrepreneur Peter Moore in defamation proceedings, LMAA arbitral proceedings and ongoing proceedings in Malta in connection with a dispute relating to the purchase of a series of yachts.

Acting for the former owners of Liverpool Football Club, Tom Hicks and George Gillett, to fight off a High Court bid by the Royal Bank of Scotland to reconstitute the club’s board.

President of the Litigation Commission of the UIA (International Association of Lawyers)

Member of Commercial Litigators Forum

Member of Female Fraud Forum

Member of LSLA (London Solicitor Litigation Association)