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Alice Englehart



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Alice Englehart



Alice has acted for individuals, corporates and financial institutions in various complex and high-value court, international arbitration and employment tribunal proceedings both in England and abroad. She regularly conducts internal investigations for clients (with a particular emphasis on employee misconduct) and also represents them in follow on legal proceedings.

Alice is frequently asked by clients to act as their strategic adviser in legal proceedings across the globe, assisting them with, and coordinating, some of their most sensitive, high value and high profile matters, both civil and criminal.

Alice is regularly highly rated by the legal directories.

Alice's training contract included spending six months working in our Hong Kong office. In 2006, Alice spent six months working in the Singapore office.

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Publications: 13 JANUARY 2020

The von der Leyen Commission

The European Commission led by Ursula von der Leyen took office on 1 December 2019, following changes required as a result of the European Parliament rejecting three of the candidate Commissioners originally put forward. 

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News: 09 JANUARY 2020

Global trends in private M&A 2020

We have recently produced a client presentation on global trends in private M&A. Our findings draw on an in-depth analysis of more than 1,250 private M&A deals that A&O has advised on globally over the last eight years, looking at deal dynamics, execution risks and deal terms. This has given us exceptional insight into global and regional trends in market practice.

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News: 07 JANUARY 2020

A&O rounds off 2019 with stellar performance in global M&A league tables

A&O has marked the end of Q4 2019 with a stellar performance in the M&A league tables; the result of advising on a number of complex, high-value transactions in a wide range of sectors and markets, around our global network in 2019. 

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Publications: 17 DECEMBER 2019

Without prejudice communications open to inspection in settlement agreement

The Court of Appeal held that without prejudice material incorporated into a settlement agreement between the claimants and one of the defendants could be inspected by the remaining defendants in on-going multi-party proceedings.  Although the negotiations in their original form had the benefit of without prejudice protection, they did not do so in the context of the settlement agreement: BGC Brokers LP & ors v Tradition (UK) Ltd & ors [2019] EWCA Civ 1937

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Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2003


BA (Hons), Economics and Politics, Durham University, 1998

Post Graduate Diploma, Law, 1999

LPC, 2000 (with Distinction)