Amy-Rose Hayden


Amy-Rose is an Associate in Trowers & Hamlins' Dispute Resolution and Litigation team. 

Amy-Rose resolves disputes for clients including private companies, PLC's and high net worth individuals. She has experience in dealing with domestic and international commercial and corporate disputes for clients in the energy, industrial and TMT sectors in particular. 

A focus of Amy-Rose's practice is involvement in cybersecurity, data and information disputes. In particular in respect of misuse of private information, privacy and data issues, advising clients on incident response following a cyber-attack including dealing with ransomware demands and legal action by / against third parties such as data subjects arising out of data breach incidents, as well as working with trusted third parties to recover data. Amy-Rose has published a number of articles for LexisNexis given her expertise in this field.

By way of example, some of Amy-Rose's recent experience includes:

  • Lead Associate for a four-day remedies hearing in the High Court acting for a minority shareholder in respect of a successful unfair prejudice petition, with the Court awarding the remedy sought by our client.
  • Acting in complex litigation on behalf of the claimants in a double derivative action valued at c.£17m and an unfair prejudice petition in the High Court, including issuing an application for indemnity costs and an application for third party disclosure. 
  • Providing risk management advice to clients on exiting contractual arrangements such as a franchise agreement, and terminating a managing agent and a cyber security provider, considering strategy in line with the client's commercial objectives throughout, in addition to resolving disputes arising from termination.
  • Involvement in civil fraud investigations and disputes regarding allegations of fraud, malpractice and dishonesty including advising clients on fraud policies and response planning.
  • Lead Associate on a multi-million pound dispute in the High Court, including issuing successful applications for summary judgment and / or strike out and being awarded costs (subject to detailed assessment if not agreed).
  • Contentious procurement matters including proceedings in the High Court which resulted in judgment in our client's favour on liability, and assisting in preparation for the quantum trial including the instruction of experts.
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