OVERVIEW

Solicitor-advocate, Anna Gilbert, is a dispute resolution lawyer with a focus on complex high-value financial litigation and arbitration.

Expertise

Anna's practice focuses on high value disputes involving fraud, economic torts, breaches of trust and misuse of confidential information, often involving complex and opaque financial structures. Many of Anna’s engagements involve domestic and cross-border insolvency and she represents creditors, debtors and appointed insolvency practitioners in an insolvency context.

Given the multi-jurisdictional nature of her engagements, Anna has extensive experience in formulating offensive and defensive global litigation strategies, alongside the conduct of litigation before the English courts. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and has represented large institutional clients, funds and investors in arbitrations before the ICC, LCIA and on an ad hoc basis.

Prior to joining Hausfeld, Anna practiced at Kobre & Kim (UK) LLP for some ten years, where she obtained a wealth of experience of cross-border litigation and arbitration. During this time, Anna was based in London and the Cayman Islands where she represented funds, trust beneficiaries and high-net-worth individuals in disputes involving complex fraud, trusts and insolvency issues. She also gained litigation experience whilst practising in Charles Russell Speechlys’ litigation department.

As a member of the acquisitions and property finance team at Herbert Smith LLP, she engaged in large national and international finance transactions.

Clients

Anna acts for a varied client base consisting of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, private and institutional investors and large corporations, both on the claimant and the defendant side.

Experience