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Karen Steyn Q.C., Tom Cross, and Amy Rogers in Royal Charter Judicial ReviewRead More
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Amy Rogers is a leading junior with a broad litigation practice, featured by the directories in each of commercial dispute resolution, employment and public law. The directories say: "sparklingly intelligent, she works her socks off and is the junior du jour for a number of top commercial silks, as they know Amy will show them off to their best advantage", "very astute commercial judgement and is very good with clients", “a wealth of praise from commentators”, “a charming, yet tenacious and determined litigator”, and “especially adept at claims relating to conspiracy and economic torts, and proceedings addressing allegations of breach of fiduciary duty”.
Amy was featured as one of Legalweek’s 10 ‘Stars’ of the junior commercial bar in 2014, described as “the real deal” and “a talented silk in the making”.
Previous directory entries include: “superb”, “super-talented”, “highly sought after”, with “an extraordinary ability”, “[practising] beyond her level of call”, “absolutely fantastic”, “experienced beyond her years”, “somebody to watch”, a “real star” who is “dazzling everyone in sight”, “phenomenally bright”, “fantastically hardworking”, “extremely astute”, an “exceptional drafter”, “she just does not drop the ball”, and “clients really feel she is fighting for them”.
Amy is a member of the Attorney General’s B Panel of Treasury Counsel.
In the commercial and employment fields, Amy has particular experience in conspiracy and economic tort claims, claims involving breaches of directors’ and fiduciary duties and duties of confidence, as well as bonus and deferred remuneration disputes. She has significant experience in litigation with a cross-border element.
In the public law field, Amy’s practice is broad, with a particular focus on the use of public law litigation to protect commercial interests. Her recent work includes acting for the Iranian commercial bank Bank Mellat in sanctions litigation culminating in a successful Supreme Court challenge to the Financial Restrictions (Iran) Order 2009, and in the Bank’s Commercial Court damages claim.
Amy studied at Cambridge University, Harvard University (as a Kennedy Scholar), City University and the Inns of Court School of Law. She speaks and writes regularly on issues relating to her areas of practice, and contributes to Halsbury’s Laws on Judicial Review and Tolley’s Employment Handbook.
Bank Mellat v HM Treasury (Supreme Court)
No 1 -  EWHC 350 (QB),  QB 91 (CA)
No 2 -  Lloyd's Rep FC 504 (QB),  QB 101 (CA),  AC 700 (SC)
No 3 -  EWHC 3631 (Admin) (QB)
Amy has acted for many years for the leading Iranian commercial bank, Bank Mellat, in this ground-breaking challenge to the UK’s Iranian sanctions regime, led by Michael Brindle QC, Jonathan Crow QC and Tim Otty QC.
R (Reilly) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Supreme Court)
 AC 453 (SC)
Amy acted for the Secretary of State, led by James Eadie QC and Catherine Callaghan in this challenge to the Government’s ‘back to work’ schemes.
Real Time Systems Ltd v Renraw Investments Ltd (Privy Council)
 UKPC 6
Amy acted for the successful Respondent in these Privy Council proceedings as to construction of the Trinidad and Tobago CPR, led by Geoffrey Robertson QC.
Geys v Société Générale (Supreme Court)
 1 AC 523 (SC)
Amy acted for SocGén, led by Christopher Jeans QC and Ian Gatt QC, in what is now the leading case as to the operation of contractual principles in the employment sphere.
Amy’s other recent and ongoing work includes group litigation alleging a conspiracy to ‘blacklist’ in the construction sector, litigation between the former CEO of Group Lotus and his former employer and its Malaysian shareholders, unfair competition litigation brought by Swiss IDB ContiCap (one of the Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2013), an LCIA arbitration in the media sector, litigation to determine whether the Duchy of Cornwall is a public authority under the EIR 2004, and acting for the successful claimant, Tullett Prebon, in its high-profile conspiracy claim against BGC Brokers LP.
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