Gregor Hogan admitted to the DIFC
We are delighted that Gregor Hogan is now registered in Part II of the DIFC Academy of Law’s Register of Practitioners. Gregor has established a busy practice in the DIFC and, along with instructions involving allegations of fraud, breach of duty and contractual disputes, has acted in some of the leading cases on freezing and provision of information orders before the DIFC CFI and Court of Appeal over the past year. He is also the contributing author of the Arbitration chapter in the recently-published DIFC Courts Practice.
Gregor joins a growing number of barristers at Serle Court who regularly practise before DIFC Courts, in the UAE and the wider region, including Rupert Reed QC, James Weale and Sophia Hurst. For more information about instructing Gregor or Serle Court’s practice in the DIFC and Middle East generally, please contact our Senior Clerk, Dan Wheeler, or our Business Development Manager, Charlotte Davidson.