Our Team

Jonathan Brook
  • Fraud
  • Professional Negligence
  • Banking Litigation
  • Shareholders' Disputes
  • Directors' Duties
  • Commercial & Contractual Disputes
  • Energy
  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Law Society of England and Wales

Jonathan handles a broad range of domestic and international disputes for individual and corporate clients in the UK and abroad.

He specialises in financial services work, as well as corporate and commercial matters across a number of sectors.  His clients include banks, private equity houses and other financial services organisations, and firms and individuals operating in oil and gas, telecoms, leisure, engineering and construction and professional services.  His recent work has included advising high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs in shareholder and investment disputes, as well as a number of Russian corporate clients involved in English law disputes and proceedings.

Jonathan is experienced in all aspects of litigation and arbitration, from questions of initial tactics and strategy, through to jurisdiction, the conduct of proceedings and the enforcement of judgments and awards.  Most of his disputes work has an international dimension.  He also has experience handling regulatory and white collar investigations by law enforcement agencies in the UK and overseas.


Jonathan studied law in New Zealand, Canada and at St Edmund Hall, Oxford where he holds a BCL (Distinction). He qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2005 and as a barrister and solicitor in British Columbia in 2004. Jonathan joined Enyo in 2015, having previously been a partner at an international law firm in London.

Jul 9, 2024
The importance of directors’ knowledge in establishing the largest ever wrongful trading award and the first ever award for “misfeasant trading”
The High Court recently issued its judgment against two former directors of BHS Group Limited, Mr Henningson and Mr Chandler...
Jul 4, 2024
Supreme Court rules that planning authorities cannot give permission for oil drilling projects without considering the environmental effects of the oil’s combustion
On 20 June 2024, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in R (on the application of Finch on behalf...
Jul 2, 2024
UK sanctions ground payment obligations under letters of credit in aircraft leasing case
In Celestial Aviation Services Limited v UniCredit Bank GmbH, London Branch [2024] EWCA Civ 628, the Court of Appeal held...
Jun 13, 2024
Fair winds favour plaintiffs in wasted expenditure cases
A recent judgment of the High Court of Australia has clarified aspects of contract law and the availability of damages...