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Harry Denlegh-Maxwell
Associate
London +44 20 7067 2351 hdenleghmaxwell@cov.com Download V-card

Harry Denlegh-Maxwell is an associate in the dispute resolution team, with experience advising clients in complex, high-value disputes, which are often multi-jurisdictional in nature. Mr. Denlegh-Maxwell’s practice spans litigation, international arbitration, and internal investigations, as well as advising clients on sanctions-related issues.

Mr. Denlegh-Maxwell has represented clients from a broad range of sectors, including financial services, large corporates, energy, media, and high net-worth individuals.

  • Acting for a founder of a leading asset management business in a series of high-value LCIA arbitrations, including on appeal to the High Court.
  • Acting for a high net-worth individual in proceedings in multiple jurisdictions against a leading international bank.
  • Representing a listed IT group in Commercial Court proceedings related to a high-profile IT project.
  • Advising high net-worth individuals in relation to a worldwide freezing injunction.
  • Acting for leading multinational media organizations in Commercial Court proceedings.
  • Advising a leading professional services firm in relation to film financing disputes.
  • Advising a global retailer on an internal investigation following a whistle-blower complaint.
  • Advising a large multinational organization following allegations of breach of sanctions.