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Jonathan Pagan
  • Banking Litigation
  • Insolvency Litigation
  • Commercial & Contractual Disputes
  • Insolvency and Restructuring Disputes
Qualifications & Education
  • Bachelor of Civil Law, Brasenose College, University of Oxford
  • LLB (Hons), University of Sydney
  • BA (Hons) (Philosophy), University of Sydney
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • New South Wales, Australia

Jonathan has acted in a wide range of international and domestic commercial disputes, with particular experience of banking and financial services litigation (and regulatory investigations) and litigation arising in the context of corporate restructurings and other insolvency proceedings.  He also specialises in the conflict of laws and jurisdiction.


Jonathan read Philosophy and Law at the University of Sydney and then served as Researcher to the Judge in charge of the Commercial List in the Supreme Court of New South Wales (then the Hon. Justice Patricia Bergin).  Following his time at the Court, he joined Allens in Sydney and qualified into the Commercial Litigation department, taking a leave of absence to read for the Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford University.  Jonathan then spent a number of years at a Magic Circle firm before joining Enyo Law in October 2020.

Cases include
May 20, 2024
LIDW 2024: Clash of Jurisdictions – era of sanctions, anti-suit and anti-anti-suit injunctions?
Enyo Law is co-hosting an event at London International Disputes Week 2024 alongside One Essex Court, ALRUD law firm, and...
May 16, 2024
MUR Shipping: Force Majeure and Reasonable Endeavours – Contractual Certainty and how to Foresee the Unforeseeable
This week, the Supreme Court issued its decision in the highly anticipated RTI Ltd (Respondent) v MUR Shipping BV (Appellant)...
May 15, 2024
Creditors duty – taking stock
In this update we analyse recent developments in the UK and other common law countries to flesh out unanswered questions...
May 7, 2024
One step closer to a sustainable EU?
An update on progress On 24 April 2024, the EU Parliament approved the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), moving...