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Oliver advises corporate clients, institutions and individuals on a broad range of contentious matters. His work includes complex civil fraud, contractual and trust disputes, and often has an international element. He also handles regulatory investigations.

Oliver is a member of the Commercial Litigation team within the Disputes department. Oliver deals with a broad range of disputes, usually from an early stage. While he is trained to find ways to avoid litigation wherever possible, most of his work is devoted to litigating complex High Court cases. Clients also benefit from his experience in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

Cases on which Oliver has recently worked have included advising an ultra-high net worth individual in a nine-figure High Court claim for misrepresentation and advising the members of a charity on a complex fraud dispute. He has also advised a UK-based derivatives broker on claims brought against it throughout Europe in breach of contract, one limb of which advanced to the Supreme Court. 


Published Duty of care: Terms and conditions apply. Or do they? in Trusts & Estates Law and Tax Journal, April 2020

Contributed to NCA Focuses on Knightsbridge’s Unexplained Wealth - Financial Times, 22 November 2018

Memberships & Accolades

Oliver is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association.


Oliver is recognised as a key lawyer for Commercial Litigation as well as International Arbitration in Legal 500 2022 and is a recommended associate for Civil: Fraud in Legal 500 2021.

"Oliver Blundell is the associate to note." (Legal 500 2022)

"Oliver Blundell is a hard-working junior with good judgement." (Legal 500 2022)

"Oliver Blundell – still relatively junior but very hard-working and with excellent judgement." (Legal 500 2021)

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