Our Team

Vincent Livesey
Senior Associate
  • Banking & Finance Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Fraud
  • International Arbitration
Qualifications & Education
  • Law (LLB), University of Liverpool
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Spanish
Professional Associations
  • The British Spanish Law Association (BSLA)
  • Young Fraud Lawyers Association
  • Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG)
  • London Young Lawyers Group

Vincent has experience of handling complex and high-value commercial litigation and arbitration in the financial, insurance, and hospitality sectors, predominantly involving cross-border issues.

Vincent read law at the University of Liverpool, graduating with an upper-second class degree, and completed his LPC at BPP Law School in 2012. Prior to joining Enyo Law, Vincent worked as a paralegal in the Dispute Resolution departments of several international law firms. He joined Enyo Law as a Legal Assistant in February 2015 before completing his training contract with Enyo Law in November 2017.

Vincent is fluent in Spanish.

Cases include:
  • The Libyan Investment Authority -v- Société Générale S.A. & Ors [2016] EWHC 2773 (Comm); [2016] EWHC 375 (Comm)[2015] EWHC 1720 (QB); [2015] EWHC 550 (QB)
  • The Libyan Investment Authority -v- Goldman Sachs International [2016] EWHC 2530 (Ch)
  • Wood -v- Capita Insurance Services Limited [2017] UKSC 24
Dec 4, 2023
Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter –  Supreme Court provides clarity on limitation periods in fraud context  
Introduction Section 32 of the Limitation Act 1980 provides for the postponement of the limitation period in cases of fraud,...
Nov 29, 2023
Oliver Rule joins Enyo Law from Allen & Overy
We are delighted to welcome Oliver Rule, who joins the firm as a partner. Oliver has almost two decades of...
Nov 22, 2023
The wide remit of a section 423 Insolvency Act claim
It is well known that courts are extremely reluctant to “pierce the corporate veil” and disregard the fundamental principle of...
Nov 15, 2023
High Court reiterates need to prove reliance on implied misrepresentations
The High Court has dismissed claims against Credit Suisse relating to its sale of a collateralised debt obligation (“CDO”) “as...