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Phoebe Dean
Qualifications & Education
  • Law, University of Leeds
  • Law Society of England and Wales

Phoebe has gained experience in various areas of practice, with a focus on high-value professional negligence and fraud claims. She has acted for clients in arbitrations and mediations, as well as a range of English High Court divisions, in both domestic and international disputes. Phoebe also has an interest in ESG and cyber matters and is looking to develop her experience in these areas.


Phoebe joined Enyo Law in August 2015 as a Finance Assistant, later becoming the team’s Senior Finance Assistant where she developed an understanding of the business’s commercial approach whilst completing the LPC. She transitioned to Enyo’s Legal Assistant team in 2019 and completed her training contract with the firm in 2022.

  • Acting for private clients in a multi-million pound claim involving a family estate spanning three decades.
  • Acting for an accountancy practice as third party to a professional negligence claim, which was successfully settled out of court.
  • Acting for Blockchain Optimization SA and Petrochemical Logistics Ltd in one of the earliest cryptocurrency fraud cases to be issued in English courts.
  • Acting in LCIA arbitration proceedings concerning an international banking joint venture involving fraudulent cross-border transactions worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
  • Acting in a derivative action supported by injunctions as a shareholder on behalf of a FTSE 250 company.
  • Acting for the Libyan Investment Authority in highly complicated Commercial Court proceedings against Credit Suisse International concerning fraud and corruption for values over USD100 million.
  • Acting for a global share registry in defending, and settling, a claim brought by a share plan participant in the money claims online court.
  • Acting for Cordic Group Limited, a taxi fleet management solutions provider, in a fraudulent breach of warranty counterclaim against the sellers of the business post acquisition and in a professional negligence action against its former solicitors.
  • Acting for a UK property developer in bringing a professional negligence claim against its former solicitors worth over GBP100 million.
Apr 25, 2024
UK Supreme Court confirms anti-suit relief in favour of foreign-seated arbitration proceedings
In the most significant decision in the arbitration world since Enka v Chubb, the Supreme Court has confirmed this week...
Apr 10, 2024
The big freeze: Unitel SA v Unitel International Holdings BV & Anor
Mr Justice Bright has provided a useful reminder as to the hurdles that need to be overcome to secure a...
Mar 6, 2024
English High Court hands down significant judgment regarding an online auction of a blockchain-based NFT
The High Court has handed down judgment in Amir Soleymani v Nifty Gateway LLC. The background In 2021, Mr Soleymani,...
Feb 6, 2024
Anna Brownrigg speaking at Thought Leaders 4 Disputes: Financial Institutions Litigation
Anna Brownrigg will be speaking alongside a panel on Analysing the Rise of ESG Risks in Financial Institutions Litigation at...