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Xenia Kalognomas
Qualifications & Education
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), First Class Honours, Durham University
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Greek

Xenia has experience of handling complex and high value commercial disputes, with a particular focus on civil fraud and banking litigation before the English High Court, as well as international arbitration. She has acted on some of the most important cases to come before the English courts in recent years, including the first fully remote 12–week trial in 2020.


Xenia studied Law at Durham University, graduating with First-class Honours, before completing the LPC with Distinction at BPP Law School.

Xenia trained at Baker McKenzie London, joining Enyo Law upon qualification in September 2020.


Reported cases include:
  • PJSC National Bank Trust & Anor v Mints & Ors [2022] EWHC 871 (Comm)
  • PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov & Ors [2020] EWHC 3225 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 3250 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 2437 (Comm)
Other recent experience:
  • Acting for a state–owned petroleum company defending a $1.14 billion claim in the ICC in 2021, involving claims of breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation.
  • Advising an international joint–venture on enforcing a $50 million arbitral award in the United Kingdom in 2021.
  • Acting for a high net worth individual in an LCIA arbitration concerning allegations of unfair prejudice in the hospitality business.
  • Advising on high-value and complex civil fraud proceedings commenced by a prominent Middle Eastern businessman and his offshore vehicles.
  • Advising an ultra-high net worth individual on the settlement of a long-running and high value Bermudian trust dispute.
  • Advising senior management of a global bank in connection with allegations of regulatory and compliance breaches by the PRA and the FCA.
  • Advising a real estate services company in relation to fraud allegations by the SFO.
Dec 4, 2023
Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter –  Supreme Court provides clarity on limitation periods in fraud context  
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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...