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Maurice Holmes is an English barrister who practises at Crown Office Chambers, Temple, London. The focus of his practice is commercial dispute resolution, particularly arising within the context of insurance and reinsurance, financial services, civil fraud, professional liability, and sport. He is instructed in both domestic and international arbitrations, and is familiar with many of the varying institutional rules. Maurice’s recent instructions in arbitral proceedings include a multi-million euro dispute regarding alleged breaches of a sponsorship agreement; a claim engaging the protections of the TFEU that concerned the ‘sporting exception’ under EU law; and advising as to the doctrine of proximate cause under English insurance law for the purposes of an international arbitration in a foreign jurisdiction.
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