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Jenny Vipond

Jenny Vipond

Managing Associate

Personal Profile

Jenny is a Managing Associate in Mishcon Private.

She acts for a wide variety of clients, including high profile and high net worth individuals, companies, charities and families. Her work encompasses a broad range of contentious matters, advising on commercial litigation across disputes including civil fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and shareholder disputes. She also has experience of arbitration (including under the ICSID and LCIA rules), reputational matters, trust disputes, complaints against schools, charitable governance, and political litigation.

Jenny acts as a legal mentor for SPITE (Sharing and Publishing Images to Embarrass), a pro bono project run in partnership with the Legal Advice Centre at Queen Mary University, advising victims of revenge porn. She also acts as a legal mentor in the SPITE for Schools initiative, supervising law students in the delivery of bespoke workshops on the dangers of sharing intimate images to local secondary schools and sixth forms.

Key Experience

  • Acting for BSGR in a multi-billion dollar ICSID arbitration against the Government of Guinea, based on the expropriation of mining rights by the Government. 
  • Acting on behalf of several beneficiaries of three very substantial family trusts in a multi-jurisdictional claim involving injunctive proceedings.
  • Advising a charity on a range of regulatory compliance and governance issues, including in a dispute with the regulator.
  • Acting for politicians in disputes with their political parties, and advising public figures in relation to a response to a public inquiry.

Career History

Managing Associate, Mishcon de Reya LLP
Associate, Mishcon de Reya LLP
Commissioning Editor, Palgrave Macmillan
Exeter College, Oxford University, BA (Hons) History

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